What's the difference between Netscape's JavaScript, Microsoft's JScript, and ECMAScript?

Renato Michielin

ECMAScript is a standardized version of JavaScript developed by European Computer Manufacturers Association (ECMA), namely a standardized programming language that Companies can use to implement their version of JavaScript.
JavaScript and JScript are, respectively, Netscape's and Microsoft's implementation of the language.

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