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By offering a critique of the language rather than just a reference, it packs parfs useful content into its few pages than many other, weightier books. They’re this book’s primary worth. A large portion of the book is occupied by flowcharts describing the syntax of the language.
Best-practice suggests you declare all variables at the top of the function and declare all functions before you call them. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you.
When you pick up the rhino book O’Reilly’s definitive tome on JS and thumb through it, you notice that it is written from javasvript perspective of JS being introduced to the industry. Write a function that takes an argument and returns that argument.
It’s kind of a lot like English now that I think about it.
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