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JavaScript (not to be confused with Java) is a high-level, dynamic, multi-paradigm, weakly-typed language used for both client-side and server-side scripting. Use this tag for questions regarding common implementations of ECMAScript, JavaScript, JScript, etc. JS does not typically refer to its ECMA-cousin, ActionScript.

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When you compile and distribute a client you are automatically protecting yourself from someone seeing and modifying your code. Can this be achieved on a Javascript client? …
asked Mar 3 '12 by Dokkat
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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 having to refer to it twice. Can that be mimified on Python? …
asked Mar 31 '12 by Dokkat