Oops. Okay, invalid HTML. I can correct that. However, even under Internet Explorer, it's never being output to the browser. If I move the print
statements from the require
script to the main script, the print statements work (invalid HTML and all). However, when print from within the require
script, it never makes it to the browser.
That's the real point of this thread (I hope). Why is the script operating differently when I move the print statements?
Again, this is just a learning exercise for me. I don't care what the answer is. I just want to know what the answer is.
If things get any worse, I'll have to ask you to stop helping me.
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