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[JS] is this the new way of defining function?

ankur rathi
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Can anyone please convert it in simple form?

TIA.
Eric Pascarello
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It is Object Oriented JavaScript.

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Bear Bibeault
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Nothing "new" about it. A function, defined by a function literal, is assigned to the onBlurChanged property of the prototype of a Javascript class named AutoComplete.

Grab a good Javascript book and learn about functions. Then look up what the prototype property does.


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