documents in ways that greatly enhance their appearance, utility, and interactivity.
Communications to enhance web-page interactivity. Originally designed for Netscape's
programming language. It is now accepted as a standard under ISO-16262 of the International
Standards Organization. (The first industry-standard version of the language, endorsed by the
European Computer Manufacturers Association, was known as ECMAScript.) The core
language has undergone several revisions, the most current being version 1.5, the one used by
adding objects and methods designed to allow easy access to (and manipulation of) PDF
document contents. The various extensions to the language that make this possible are
described in detail in this manual.
typing, C-like syntax, built-in Math and String classes—are applicable to Acrobat™