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 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...
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...
I wanted to structure my javascript application with a modular pattern, as such:  APP = (function() {     // Private stuff     var _privateVariable = 'private',         _priv = 'priv'      _privateMethod = function(){ /* */ };      //...
What are they for and how do we make it? Can you give me an example?...
I was reading about private state maintenance in javascript across files having same module.  Say we have file1:  var Module = (function(){     //Some private variables declared.     // and initialized.  })();   and we have file2:  var Module = (func...
I'm calling a recursive function and I want to concatenate the errors received from the recursive call back to the caller. Following is the code, I use. However, it looks like the _errors variable is shared between my instances. How can I make th...
Referencing a private member E.G. this.#rts() gives the error:     SyntaxError: Private field '#rts' must be declared in an enclosing class   Although when that line is evaluated, the function has been assigned to an instance method and this...
Some code may say more than a thousand words:  /**  * Represents an amount of a resource  * @param {number} amount  * @param {string} type  */ function Resource(amount, type)  {     var nAmount = amount;     var sType = type;      if (amount < 0)...

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