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comment Client-side coding: How to prevent malicious use?
+1 for the really good suggestion that the JS file is intended for a NodeJS server
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comment Aren't there compilers better at telling the programmer what's wrong in a code?
I am just thinking that the "Excellent error messages" compiler could be under-developed respecting the standard compiler, but watching it from your POV i think you are right as well... This is pretty much personal preference :)
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answered Aren't there compilers better at telling the programmer what's wrong in a code?