I used to know what this meant, but I'm struggling now...  Is this basically saying document.onload?  (function () {  })();...
I was recently comparing the current version of json2.js with the version I had in my project and noticed a difference in how the function expression was created and self executed.  The code used to wrap an anonymous function in parenthesis and the...
What is the different between two declarations of a module in JavaScript? One has parentheses around the function and other one doesn't?  One article says that     Notice the () around the anonymous function.  This is required by the   language...
I have started reading this book. Chapter 2 says that there are different ways to write an IIFE:  !function (){}()  ~function (){}()  +function (){}()  -function (){}() new function (){}  1,function (){}()  1&&function (){}()  var i=function...
I've got the following code which I know is an IIFE.  However, I've never been able to grasp what the (jQuery) and ($) is.  I know it's got something to do with passing a reference of jQuery into the IIFE, but could someone explain me cle...
Please explain the following way of  writing a function in javascript functions :   (function (){  // some code  })()   I understand the fact that because of the trailing braces " () ", the function will execute immediately but but what does...
In the following construct:  (function(){      var x = function(){         alert('hi!');     }      var y = function(){         alert("hi again!");     }      this.show = function(){         alert("This is show function!");...
I see a lot of code like:  var myApp ={}; (function() {     console.log("Hello");     this.var1 = "mark";     //"this" is global, because it runs immediately on load.  Caller is global     myApp.sayGoodbye = function() {...

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