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design patterns in Javascript - toggle functionality [duplicate]

My goal is to add some functionality to the bxslider script - in this case, I want to be able to enable/disable a keyboard event handler AFTER a slider is instantiated. I guess this code is self ...
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If statements vs switch cases? in a JavaScript game and if to use a function [duplicate]

I am developing a game in JavaScript where you start with a user input, stored in the variable "controller". The options for the user consists of start to start the game or about to learn about the ...
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Documenting Function That Takes Random Parameters?

What's the best approach to creating documentation (displaying the function prototype if you will) for functions that take a variety of different forms in terms of parameters. Let's say there are 10 ...
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Function declaration as var instead of function

More and more I'm seeing functions being declared like var foo = function() { // things }; Instead of how I had learned, like function foo() { // things } What's the difference? Better ...
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What is the name for a NON-self-calling function?

I have a collection of normal functions and self-calling functions within a javascript file. In my comments i want to say something along the lines of "This script can contain both self-calling and ...
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Using functions as statements on Python

A great feature of Javascript is function statements. You can do this: (function myFunc(){ doSomething(); doSomethingElse(); })(); Which is a way to declare a function and call it without ...