I used to know what this meant, but I'm struggling now...  Is this basically saying document.onload?  (function () {  })();...
In javascript, when would you want to use this:  (function(){     //Bunch of code... })();   over this:  //Bunch of code......
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...
There is a JSLint option, one of The Good Parts in fact, that "[requires] parens around immediate invocations," meaning that the construction  (function () {    // ...  })();   would instead need to be written as  (function () {    // ......
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!");...

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