Similar, but not the same as, How to enable ECMAScript "use strict" globally?  I have bought JavaScript Patterns and it recommends enabling use strict. Adding it to the two dozen javascript files would be a bit of a chore, so enabling it glob...
John Resig wrote:     Finally, a long-standing (and very annoying) bug has been resolved: Cases where null or undefined is coerced into becoming the global object. Strict mode now prevents this from happening and throws an exception instead.      (fu...
I have a project with literally hundreds of JavaScript source files. I am wondering what is the best way to enable the strict mode for the project? I understand the consequences of this action and I am only looking for advice regarding the deployemen...
Update:  Perhaps the way the function is called is to blame, so here's to it:     2 JS files  Main.js: self invoking (non-strict) function that adds an event listener for the '(on)load' event. The callback calls a loader function, that...
Is it possible in java script to explicitly declare array to be an array of int(or any other type)?  something like var arr: Array(int) would be nice......
I am interested in switching my Flow code to strict type checking, but I have some low-level utility functions that deal with Objects generically, such as:  // @flow strict  const hasKey = (o: Object): (string => boolean) =>   Object.prototype....
I just found that in the last Chrome 42 and FF 37.0.2 this lines of code are perfectly legal  "use strict"; var o = { p: 1, p: 2 };   (copy-pasted from MDN )  In IE 10-11 and Opera 28.0.1750 it throws error as expected.  In the same time,   a...
Tested some js code in Chrome Dev Console and I'm a bit confused.  I know that in strict mode functions that are not methods of an object when referred to this keyword should receive undefined instead of global object.  function test(){     "...
Suppose you have a routine like the following to wire up click event handlers  getElements(".board>div").forEach(function(elem){   elem.addEventListener("click", handleClick); });   And then in the handler, you need to work with th...
So I want to enable strict mode for my project, but I have a lot of files and adding "use strict"; to the top of all of them would be a pain. I discovered the --use_strict CLI option for node which is awesome, but enables it for every single...

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