Test Status
      (A) Returns the value and continues executing rest of the statements
      (B) Returns the value and stops the program
      (C) Returns the value and stops executing the function
      (D) Stops executing the function and returns the value
      (A) All div elements with a p element
      (B) All p elements inside a div element
      (C) The first p element inside a div element
      (A) Validating a form
      (B) Sending a form's contents by email
      (C) Storing the form's contents to a database file on the server
      (D) None of the above
      (A) Number
      (B) String
      (C) Object
      (D) NaN
      (A) stop() halts the execution of the scripts on the page until the animation has finished.
      (B) stop() ends any currently running animations on the element, and prevents conflicts and pile-ups.
      (C) We tell jQuery that the animation has to be stopped at some point.
      (A) self = this printScope -> console.log self
      (B) printScope => console.log @
      (C) printScope => console.log this
      (D) All of the above
      (A) JavaScript is a lightweight, interpreted programming language.
      (B) JavaScript is designed for creating network-centric applications.
      (C) JavaScript is complementary to and integrated with Java.
      (D) All of the above.
      (A) getTime()
      (B) Date.UTC()
      (C) Date.parse()
      (D) None of the above
      (A) .hover()
      (B) stopPropagation()
      (C) .toggle()
      (D) .trigger()
      (A) Return a value
      (B) Accept parameters and Return a value
      (C) Accept parameters
      (D) None of the above
      (A) The number of milliseconds since January 1st, 1970
      (B) The number of days since January 1st, 1900
      (C) The number of seconds since Netscape's public stock offering.
      (D) None of the above
      (A) visible(false)
      (B) hidden()
      (C) display(none)
      (D) hide()
      (A) FileUpLoad
      (B) Function
      (C) File
      (D) Date
      (A) JavaScript is a stripped-down version of Java
      (B) JavaScript's syntax is loosely based on Java's
      (C) They both originated on the island of Java
      (D) None of the above
      (A) getNotEquals( selector )
      (B) isNotEquals( selector )
      (C) not(selector)
      (D) None of the above.