JavaScript Function Scopes


As some of you know, I authored a Pluralsight course on JavaScript for C# Developers. We’ve released an excerpt from that course covering how JavaScript function scopes work.

If you’re just getting started learning JavaScript, it can be easy to bring your C# biases to the language since they both have curly braces. Hopefully this excerpt will help:

Of course you could view the whole course if you have a Pluralsight subscription:

http://pluralsight.com/courses/js4cs


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