Is there any way to run old versions of JavaScript? [closed] Ask Question

I’m trying to use new browsers and old browsers on a website I’m working on (no, it isn’t online, and even if it was I wouldn’t post it here because that is pretty much advertising!)

While it works fine, I want it to use ECMAScript 3 for functions like goto and such and I dislike using the newer keywords. Does anyone know of a way to use older ECMAScript/JavaScript versions?

2 thoughts on “Is there any way to run old versions of JavaScript? [closed] Ask Question”

  1. While it works fine, I want it to use ECMAScript 3 for functions like goto and such

    JavaScript does not have, and has never had, goto.

    and I dislike using the newer keywords.

    Whatever you mean by “newer keywords”, if you dislike using them, then don’t use them.

    Does anyone know of a way to use older ECMAScript/JavaScript versions?

    Yes, use any current ES/JS version, since they are all completely backward compatible for all practical purposes.

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