I am currently reading a book on Javascript by Pragmatic, and I'm confused about one thing. They have a section on how to make variables global, local, or private.   What is the difference between local and private variables? Is there one? How do...
There is a good generalized method for defining private and protected properties and methods in Javascript, here on the site. However, the current version of Prototype (1.6.0) doesn't have a built-in way to define them through its Class.create()...
i'm quite a newbie in javascript, and i'm spending some time trying to create namespaced objects in js.  Now, that's what i'm trying to do:  MainObject = function() {      var privateVariable = "i'm private";      var priv...
I've got a class where individual methods may be called statically but will return a new instance of class in order to chain, for example:  var builder = ns   .setState('a', 'A')   .setState('b', 'B');   Where Buil...
I' ve tried combining the module pattern with a constructor function but it seems I' m looking over something.  After instantiating two objects and showing their properties both instance var' s seem to reference the same object.  This is...
I was talking with a coworker about private methods and he came to the conclusion that we should not use private methods inside an angular @Component since it is harder to unit test.  For me, is not a valid argument to not make it private so it will...
I read this: private Javascript variables from Crockford site  but I have some perplexity on his terminology:  here he says:     The members of an object are all   public members Ex. `this.membername =   value;   after:     Private variables are not...
As MDN states closures are used to emulate private methods for the module pattern:  var counter = (function () {     var privateCounter = 0;      function changeBy(val) {         privateCounter += val;     }      return {         increment: function...
As we know, you can make a "Class" variable "private" in JavaScript by doing the following:  function ClassName(attribute){     var privateAttribute = attribute;      this.accessor = function(){         return privateAttribute;     }...
I probably missunderstood some concept, but after reading 4 topics on stackoverflow, and documentation for "private members in typescript" - I am still confused.  I am writing simple mouse IO (first typescript project). This is full code of m...

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