JavaScript Causes IE4 to Crash

JavaScript Causes IE4 to Crash

Can someone help with identifying/deciphering the hex instruction 0x70fd2b7b of JavaScript into a corresponding command? My application randomly causes the IE4 browser to crash. The instruction is always the same (the one specified above) but the memory location is different. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way. For all intents and purposes the hex location of the crash is meaningless to end-users (those that don’t have access to the source code for the browser itself). It is, however, a good idea to try to isolate the code that’s causing the problem by progressively removing more and more of your script code until the crashing ceases. Then you’ll know where in your code the problem is and will be able to work around it.

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