I don't know how I've missed this for so long. I've been presuming private instance variables to work like this, but they don't. They're private (as in non-global), certainly, but the variables are shared across instances. This le...
I'm working on a bit of code where I'm attempting to hide some private variables inside closures. The thing is the environment is fairly constrained in terms of memory, so I'm also concerned with keeping the overall footprint of the class...
I can define private member fields in module pattern using the code below      var myClass = function(){        var private_field1,private_field_2;        var private_func1 = function(){             //.......        }         //.........        var m...
For my web application, I am creating a namespace in JavaScript like so:  var com = {example: {}}; com.example.func1 = function(args) { ... } com.example.func2 = function(args) { ... } com.example.func3 = function(args) { ... }   I also want to creat...
EDIT: I figured it out from Bergi's answer in the end.   Thanks Bergi.  pubPrivExample = (function () {     return {         init : function () {             var private;              this.setPrivate = function (p) {                 private = p;...
is there a way in JavaScript to inherit private members from a base class to a sub class?  I want to achieve something like this:  function BaseClass() {   var privateProperty = "private";    this.publicProperty = "public"; }  SubClas...
For exercise purposes I am creating a jQuery Plugin, a simple Image Slider. I use a Pattern from Boilerplate - jQuery Plugins.  During the initializing process everything works as expected, every Instance gets the right values (widths and heights, al...
As a C# programmer, I have a bit of a habit of making things private that can and should be private, and I always get a weird feeling when a JS type exposes all its private parts to me (and that feeling is not 'aroused'). Say I have a type th...
Can someone explain what this excerpt from Single Page Apps in Depth means?     A common pattern for classes (e.g. objects instantiated from a   prototype) is to simply mark class methods as private by starting them   with a underscore. You can prope...
I'm trying to write fully automated unit tests in JavaScript and I'm looking for a way to read some private variables in various JS functions. I thought I recalled a way to inject privileged members into a function/object (and found an overwh...

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