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...
This code works alerts "ok" in all browsers except Chrome:  eval("var outer = 0; function test() {'use strict'; outer = 1; } test(); alert('ok');");   (Try it on jsfiddle).  All I'm doing is referencing an outer va...
//Global Scope "use strict"; //1 function A() {     "use strict"; //2     function innerA() {         "use strict"; //3     } }   I was just wondering:      Is doing use strict at //1 is enough or do we have to be explicit at...
Reference : http://ejohn.org/blog/simple-class-instantiation/  // makeClass - By John Resig (MIT Licensed) function makeClass(){   return function(args){     if ( this instanceof arguments.callee ) {       if ( typeof this.init == "function"...
On the MDN strict mode reference page it says     Any assignment that silently fails in normal code (assignment to a non-writable property, assignment to a getter-only property, assignment to a new property on a non-extensible object) will throw in s...
I have been told by IE11 that var self = this is a read-only variable... Yet I am not assigning anything to it after its declaration point. The only variable is height that is changing. Even though, i would be able to change it when using var  'u...
I'm trying to learn to do object oriented programming in JavaScript and getting JSLint strict violations. I understand that I'm using this in a non-global context (or something to that effect...), but I don't know how to do it properly. H...
I would like to disable JSHint warning "W097": use function form of 'use strict'.  I know I can place /* jshint -W097 */ and /* jshint node: true */  But I don't want to manually add that on top of every page. Is there a way to di...
Is there someway to use "use strong"; and have "use strict"; used as a backup?  Since it appears like Google Chrome is the only browser to support "use strong"; at the moment....
I am currently taking a Udemy course on "Advanced" Javascript concepts (https://www.udemy.com/course/javascript-advanced/), and the first lesson goes over the "use strict" command and its functionality. The course uses Chrome's So...

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