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Firefox declares a syntax error on returned text from a XMLHTTPRequest
which is exactly what I am looking for.
I use the string.split method to separate it into its component parts. However, Firefox says there is a syntax error with this string. At least that's what the error console says:
Error: syntax error Source File: http://192.168.0.2/m3_main Line: 1, Column: 1 Source Code: Normal,100,Bad,Good,142,Bad,Good,100,Bad,Bad
That's pretty cryptic, and I can't see any reason why it is not being accepted. By the way, this works perfectly in IE7. Any ideas?
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