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 From:  Peter (BOUGHTONP)  
42257.12 In reply to 42257.9 
> Explanations are sparse

I prefer the term concise - no need to dredge through unnecessary waffle to figure out what something does.

> useful examples rare

Possibly. On most sites I tend towards going straight to the examples because the explanations are waffle, but don't need to with MDN.

> there's an assumption of underlying familiarity

That'll be because it's mostly a reference.

There is a JavaScript Guide which appears very comprehensive, but looking at a few pages it does a horrific job of explaining stuff and has some terrible examples, so, yeah... that sucks. :/

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