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[Bug 13965] Exposing onreadystatechange on script elements seems to not be web-compatible unless they fire the event

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--- Comment #18 from Kyle Simpson <w3c@getify.myspamkiller.com> 2011-09-06 22:07:10 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #17)
> The order in IE seems to be: uninitialized loading loaded* interactive
> complete*.
> It only fires the readystatechange event for those states marked with a *.
> The "load" event fires after the last readystatechange and is synchronous with
> script execution.
> The "interactive" state is set while the script is running.

According to my test, IE doesn't fire `onreadystatechange` for both "loaded"
and "complete", only one or the other. I haven't inspected whether it changes
the property without firing the event. That is quite funky if any UA's do that.

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