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neznajka wrote:

About, found !
It appears: it is passed...
M-M... Live and learn! smile

The such meets far not only in javascript

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(Sorri, a small off-top, but as a matter of fact:)

Var79 wrote:

JS not the most logical language for training

It was convinced of it for a long time since is with what to compare: "densely enough"  in TP, VB, FP/VFP - there syntax of the declaration is identical to syntax of a call and is thus so unitized that, seizing the general principles of creation, further in many cases it is possible to guess already simply as this or that command is correctly written or function is caused.
But it - in many respects depends also on an individual method of thinking of the programmer: for example, I know some very capable colleagues who have succeeded in other coding environments (where itself fiendish difficulty, ), and thus - obscenely swearing on mine favorite- smile Well, they did not get with it to "a uniform channel", and    here!. smile

wrote:

the such meets far not only in javascript

Means, to me still carried that I faced only with one such programming language smile
And generally is I all I write not as it should be critics, but as the answer to remarks.
to compare and criticize programming languages - business silly and ungrateful: each of them has the specific directivity and "". And if any specific language moment does not give in to judgement and logic of the programmer it is a problem of the programmer, instead of language.
For this reason, as difficultly the understanding of syntax JS is given to me - the it is more interesting to untangle this "detective" and to gain "victories". Let and small while smile

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neznajka wrote:

to compare and criticize programming languages - business silly and ungrateful

To compare that just business good

neznajka wrote:

For this reason as difficultly the understanding of syntax JS

is given to me
With syntax at javascript all is good (normal C-like), difficulties can be with semantics

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Isokerf, it already details. From distance "" syntax and semantics almost merge in one point. It is good still that though from acrobatics differ smile

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neznajka wrote:

For this reason as difficultly the understanding of syntax JS is given to me - the it is more interesting to untangle this "detective" and to gain "victories". Let and small while smile

Alas no detective in JS is present. Not in insult, the majority of beginners does not have desire to esteem the standard on ECMAScript.
At JavaScript there are 2 differences from "customary" :
1. JavaScript - the functional language (therefore all attempts to hang on it OOPs smell slightly of a perversion)
2. JavaScript has dynamic typification. Variables "conditionally" , the standard just describes as that where will be is resulted in a case if... Your "touch" on attempt to use a nonexistent variable is accurately regulated.
If it is possible to understand and forgive the first property of language only the second is learned 1 time.

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Yes, by the way - in it also there is a hitch for me personally:
For me "C-like" - it is far not "normal" smile
Here already, as I wrote above - plays a role style of thinking.

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mage.lan, just properties JS enumerated by you - are quite clear and do not cause difficulties.
Difficulties of comprehension JS for me personally consist in its some other lines, but to the given subject it is relations has no, and consequently it would not be desirable them to consider here.

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neznajka;
Well and in vain do not want to consider.

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mage.lan, I not that I do not want, am simple:
1) it does not correspond to a subject of a topic and the patience of the moderator is not borderless smile
2) consider do not consider is changes nothing: any developer of language not begins to be set up under needs and whims of each beginner.
For the sake of justice it is necessary to note that such arguing sometimes can and bring certain favor: sometimes at such arguings of semantic singularities of language more advanced experts can result the non-standard everyday analogies allowing to the beginner faster to understand the difficult or unobvious moments.
However for such arguing, probably, there are other branches. I, apparently, saw such here at a forum.

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mage.lan wrote:

2. JavaScript has dynamic typification

Such languages a coach and the small cart.