Will Perone

In Internet Explorer you get '(whatever) is null or not an object' but not in Firefox.

An id you are using is named the same thing as something with a name tag.
(in your html you have)
<tr name="superawesome">
<td id="superawesome">superawesome</td>
(then in your javascript you have something like)
function showhide(layer_ref, show)
    var state = '';
    if (show == false) state = 'none';				
	if (document.all) //IS IE 4+
		eval( 'document.all.' + layer_ref + '.style.display = state');	
	if (document.layers) //IS NETSCAPE 4 or below
		document.layers[layer_ref].display = state;
	if (document.getElementById && !document.all) // firefox
		hza = document.getElementById(layer_ref);
		hza.style.display = state;

showhide('superawesome', false);
Apparently Internet Explorer is unable to distinguish which 'superawesome' is being referred to but firefox is.

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write j2me salary application that allows the user to
1, enter his/her salary
2, choose his/her
-manager :22%
-mid level :17%
-lower level :12%
and display output
1, overall output
2, amount of tax
3, take home salary (what is left)

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