I keep seeing warnings not to use global variables in JavaScript, but it seems that the only reason people say that is because the clogs up the global namespace. I can imagine this being easily fixed by putting all of the variables into one big obj...
After reading through mozilla docs I found this:     In the global execution context (outside of any function), this refers to the global     object, whether in strict mode or not.   After playing with scopes for a little I found that in node.js RE...
I want my Button to change color every time I click on it. But it only changes color on the first click.   I believe the problem is in the setColor function. Every time I click on the Button, count gets set to 1. So even when I set it to 0, it gets...
I have a simple codes like the following and execute it as a node module:  console.log(this); module.exports = {…};   I know that global is the default context (like window in browsers), but what does the this keyword refer to?...
QUESTION:  Is there any way to create a variable storage in per session/http request? The variable must be globally accessible and different per HTTP request/connection/session, and need not be passed from function to function.  For example (just to...
Nowdays, i create a .js file with a lot of functions and then I link it to my html pages. That's working but I want to know what's the best way (good practices) to insert js in my pages and avoid conflicts with scope... Thank you....
How should I create a changing variable as a global variable?  so something like:  function globVar(variable){    window.variable; }   So in this way I could create global variables in an automatic mode too, and also I could create them for myself ea...
I'm having some problems with a function recognizing that some variables have been previously defined; they are supposed to be global, but they don't seem to be acting like it.  var global = "Summat."; function Function() {     alert(...
While working on an answer for another question, a strange bug came up related to the event object being available in an anonymous function without being passed in. In Chrome the below works fine, but FF throws an error.  $(document).ready(function()...

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