📬 Weekly CodeOz #Webdev - Javascript Functions - Issue #3





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CSS Selector

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Simple CSS Selectors for beginners. - DEV Community
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Getting Comfortable With CSS Selectors (Part 1)
List of differents selectors 👇
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Selectors | CSS-Tricks
Pseudo selector 👇
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Meet the Pseudo Class Selectors | CSS-Tricks
Learn css selectors with a game!
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CSS Diner - Where we feast on CSS Selectors!
?Quizz of the week
Answer + explication 👇
Answer: C
Within the function, we first declare the name variable with the var keyword. This means that the variable gets hoisted (memory space is set up during the creation phase) with the default value of undefined, until we actually get to the line where we define the variable. We haven’t defined the variable yet on the line where we try to log the name variable, so it still holds the value of undefined.
Variables with the let keyword (and const) are hoisted, but unlike var, don’t get initialized. They are not accessible before the line we declare (initialize) them. This is called the “temporal dead zone”. When we try to access the variables before they are declared, JavaScript throws a ReferenceError.
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