On Jul 6, 3:20 pm, "Richard Quadling" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
wrote:
> for (var i=0, j=SomeFunctionToCalculateLimitWhichTakesALongTime(); i
> <= j; i++) ...
>
> is a common way to use , also.

Agreed, but the comma remains in the classical "variable declaration"
context here.

Thanks for the reply.

Vincent


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