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Solutions for "Server-side JavaScript" problems


In order to run any of these solution simply click on the underlined part of the description of this problem! But notice, that in order to work, these solutions must be executed on an ASP server (at least all these web pages listed below, which are prepared with the server-side scripting and thus carry the *.asp extension):
- For further instructions see the end of this Web page.
- Click the button BACK (from the browser) to return to the previous Web page.
The last update of this Web page was on: 23 July 2005.


Part 1: PR515 Theory content:

This PR51n (i.e. PR515 - formerly PR115) course is designed to familarize students with basic problems of client-side and server-side scripting.

Exercise T1. (Environment and tools for client-side scripting).

Exercise T2. (Client-side scripting).

Exercise T3. (Environment and tools for server-side scripting).

Exercise T4. (Server-side scripting).



Part 2: PR115 and PR515 Assessments:


2001 Assessment (PR115): Internet purchase form (client-side and server-side scripting):

2001 Assignment 1 - specification. (Client-side scripting).

2001 Assignment 1 - sample of solution - html. (Sample of solution for client-side scripting assignment).

2001 Assignment 2 - specification. (Server-side scripting - PR11n)

2001 Assignment 2 - sample of solution - zip. (Sample of solution for server-side scripting assignment).


2002 Assessment (PR115): Experimental search engine submission form (client-side and server-side scripting):

2002 Assignment 1 - specification. (Client-side scripting).

2002 Assignment 1 - sample of solution - html. (Sample of solution for client-side scripting assignment).

2002 Assignment 2 - specification. (Server-side scripting).

2002 Assignment 2 - sample of solution - zip. (Sample of solution for server-side scripting assignment).


2003 Assessment (PR515): Experimental search engine submission form (client-side and server-side scripting):

2003 Assignment 1 - specification. (Client-side scripting).

2003 Assignment 2 - specification. (Server-side scripting).



Part 3: PR255 Theory content:

This PR25n (i.e. PR255) course is designed to familarize students with advanced features of client-side and server-side scripting.

Exercise E1. (Search engine client scripting).

Exercise E2. (Search engine server scripting).


Part 4: PR255 - Experimental search engine (advanced client-side and server-side scripting; level 2):

Notice that to run sample solutions provided in this part 2, you need to upload these solutions to an ASP server (i.e. they are NOT going to work on a stand-alone PC).

PR215 Assignment 1 (2002) - specification. (Client-side scripting).

PR215 Assignment 2 (2002) - specification. (Server-side scripting).


Part 5: Instructions:

(1) In order to download to your computer a web page containing example solution click on it, then reveal the source code (means click in your internet browser on: view/source pull-down menu), finally save the source code of HTML with JavaScript to your own computer!
(2) In order to download to your computer a ZIP site containing example solution click on it, then save the ZIP file to your computer, finally UNZIP the directory containing the entire system of web pages.
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(5) Address for correspondence (June 2005): Dr Jan Pajak, P.O. Box 33250, Petone 6340, New Zealand.

Note that "self-paste" type exercises, which prepare students for solving these programming problems, are outlined in my lecture notes (see Topics T1 to T4 for PR515, and E1 to E2 for PR655, from the "Catalog of notes" page).

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