Recently, I ran some of my JavaScript code through Crockford's JSLint, and it gave the following error:     Problem at line 1 character 1: Missing "use strict" statement.   Doing some searching, I realized that some people add "use...
Most of the tutorials that I've read on arrays in JavaScript (including w3schools and devguru) suggest that you can initialize an array with a certain length by passing an integer to the Array constructor using the var test = new Array(4); synt...
I have a very long regular expression, which I wish to split into multiple lines in my JavaScript code to keep each line length 80 characters according to JSLint rules. It's just better for reading, I think. Here's pattern sample:  var patt...
Hi I have the 3 javascript files.   jquery.js utility.js file1.js   In file1.js I have   jQuery.noConflict() jQuery(document).ready(function($) {   // .... });   I get an error 'jQuery' was used before it was defined.  and 'document'...
I'm using JSLint to verify most of my external Javascript files, but the largest amount of errors I'm getting is from functions being used before they're defined.  Is this really an issue I should worry about?  It seems Firefox, IE7 and C...
In my project we have some global variables that work as containers:  MyProject.MyFreature.someFunction = function() { ... }   So then I use that script across the site and JSLint / JSHint complains about that:     'MyProject' is not defined...
I've come across this message in JSLint...     document.write can be a form of eval.   and was wondering exactly how so?  The JSLint instructions page states:      The eval function...provide access to the JavaScript   compiler. This is sometimes...
Is it possible to run JSLint on one or more .js files by having JSLint loaded afterwards in the header from debugging/developer console in chrome or firefox?  The reason that I want to do that is that I want to print in console.log() the parsing of J...
I put everything in parentheses but code below still throws error in jslint:  Problem at line 5 character 104: The '&&' subexpression should be wrapped in parens.  if ((typeof (c1) === 'string') && (typeof (c2) === ...

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