- They are not encouraged to build in program documentation as they write their code (see JavaDocs, etc.),
- They are not provided with sufficient syntax checking during code editing (see Eclipse, NetBeans, Visual Studio),
- They are required to launch a web browser to execute their code, and
- They have precious little debugging support, if any.
1. It's interpreted
2. It's loosely typed
3. Variables do not need to be declared
4. There are too many versions
5. Objects are Ignored
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