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[ July 8, 2002 ]
JavaScript Palindrome
by Hassan Elbekraoui (email)


Hassan is an ex-student from Louvain-La-Neuve (Belgium).
He now lives in Minneapolis (USA). He did Web Design
and Electronic Publishing and currently
he is taking some classes in Web Programming.
He'd like to present this small JavaScript exercice.

A palindrome is a phrase or number that reads
the same backwards and forwards.
Examples are :
"Madam, I'm Adam."
"A man, a plan, a canal--Panama."
"12345678987654321"

Type a phrase here which you wish to check to see if it's a palindrome.

For our purposes punctuations will not count, i.e.,
they will be removed from the phrase when considering
whether or not the phrase is or is not a palindrome.


Is it a palindrome ?



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