Working on an idea for a simple HTMLElement wrapper I stumbled upon the following for Internet Explorer and Chrome:  For a given HTMLElement with ID in the DOM tree, it is possible to retrieve the div using its ID as the variable name. So for a di...
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...
I have a global variable in JavaScript (actually a window property, but I don't think it matters) which was already populated by a previous script but I don't want another script that will run later to see its value or that it was even defi...
I want to get data in global variable by using the following code:  var data; d3.json ( "file.json" , function(json) {   data = json;   console.log(data); //defined }); console.log(data); //undefined   But the problem is that i just have da...
I need a few global variables that I need in all .js files.  For example, consider the following 4 files:   global.js js1.js js2.js js3.js   Is there a way that I can declare 3 global variables in global.js and access them in any of the other 3 .js...
How can I declare a global variable in JavaScript?...
Currently I am working on a legacy web page that uses a ton of JavaScript, jQuery, Microsoft client JavaScript, and other libraries. The bottom line - I cannot rewrite the entire page from scratch as the business cannot justify it.  So... it is wha...
I know that global variables are bad.  But if I am using node's module "util" in 40 files in my framework, isn't it better to just declare it as a global variable like:  util = require('util');   in the index.js file instead...
I am trying to iterate over all the globals defined in a website, but in doing so I am also getting the native browser functions.    var numf=0; var nump=0; var numo=0;  for(var p in this) {      if(typeof(this[p]) === "function"){         nu...
I'm trying to improve my understanding of the global namespace in javascript and I'm curious about a few things:   is there a "GOD" (i.e. a parent) object that all objects (since all things except primitives are objects) to answer to...

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