Please ask a new question if you need help. jscher2000 Top 10 Contributor 5899 solutions 48488 answers Posted 1/28/16, 7:34 AM Thanks for the update. It states that the reason is that the variable declaration pointing to the function is created in the global scope.
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If you want to test if an object exists, this will throw an error if the object is undefined: Incorrect: if (myObj !== null && typeof myObj !== "undefined") Because of Because, really, circular references are not an issue for GC, as long as objects in a "loop" are not reachable from the outside. Cancel Update Your Reply ColBatGuano 1 year ago (2,290 XP) This is my default blade (the scripts are in this for the other pages that control the bootstrap dropdown menus). my review here Thing is - it is turned on.
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Every second, when we call replaceThing, it holds on to a reference to the prior theThing object in priorThing. Why? Proof of that is this code, add it to the end of the code you were doing: