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    Component names displayed in the stack traces depend on the Function.name property. Alternatively, you may explicitly set the displayName property on all your components. You may wrap top-level route components to display a “Something went wrong” message to the user, just like how server-side frameworks often handle crashes. You may also wrap individual widgets in an error boundary to protect them from crashing the rest of the application. Sometimes a problem author will want information about a learner’s previous answers (“state”) to be saved and reloaded. If the attribute set_statefnis used, the function given as its value will be passed the state as a string argument whenever there is a state, and the learner returns to a problem. The function has the responsibility to then use this state appropriately. ESLint is an extremely useful tool for any JavaScript project. I know I am not alone in appreciating its flexibility and ease-of-use. JavaScript’s evolution over time has left many pitfalls if old coding patterns are followed. The outer function returns the inner function and the element’s onclick is set to that inner function. This ensures that each onclick receives and uses the proper i value . Support for block-level scopes in JavaScript is available via the let keyword. Indeed, building basic JavaScript functionality into a web page is a fairly straightforward task for any experienced software developer, even if they’re new to JavaScript. Yet the language is significantly more nuanced, powerful, and complex than one would initially believe. In fact, many of JavaScript’s subtleties can lead to a number of common problems that keep it from working—10 of which we discuss here.

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