Jun 9, 2009 I read something about using a different notation from
var z=new Array(1,2,3,4) to
var z=[1,2,3,4]

Using UE http://www.ultraedit.com/support/tutorials_power_tips/ultraedit/regular_expressions.html
Search/Replace:
new Array(^(*^))
[^1]

shortenz your codez automatically.

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Full object notation
javascript:var testts={’key1′:’value1′,’key2′:2,’key3′:3,’key4′:’four’};alert(testts.key3);

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