The JSDoc @type tag allows specification of a variable type, such as /** @type {Number} */. However I've also see /** @type Number */ without the curly braces, and it seems equally valid.  Use JSDoc has an example both with and without the curly...
I have seen a code like this and wonder what that curly brackets for, is it some kind of argumant pass?  <script type="text/javascript" src="some_script.js?{0}"></script>...
I have pored over the formatting settings on Eclipse for hours and found no solution to this problem:  Video of issue  When I type the opening curly brace on the line immediately following an if, else or function line the ending brace is automaticall...
I want to create a Snippet for Javascript in Visual Studio Code, with a placeholder that includes curly brackets, but Visual Studio doesn't seem to track bracket nesting.  My Snippet looks something like this:  "MySnippet": {     "pre...
I can't figure out what is going on.  I'm using Chrome to debug my js.  It says unexpected } but it clearly needs it.  If I delete the }, I get "Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected end of input".  Any help appreciated.   $(document).read...
I can't get my head around this syntax, what does the set of curly-braces after "use strict" do?  function test(a, b) {    'use strict';    {       var c = {};       Array.prototype.slice    }     ... //more stuff    return a; }...
Whereas, in PHP, it's possible to:  <?PHP if($foo) { ?> <strong>only appears if $foo is true.</strong> <?PHP } else { ?> <em>only appears if $foo is false.</em> <?PHP } ?>   Can one, in Javascript, open a...
I usually get confused by the braces and curly braces in javascript. It takes me sometime to know, for example, which opening braces does this one belong to, etc.  Can anyone suggest a free(ie. not resharper!) addon that does that?  I just wish they&...

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