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How do JavaScript closures work under the hood

From my experience, a lot of JavaScript programmers, mine included, learned how to use closures without having clear understanding of how closures actually work, and what exactly is going on behind the scenes when we use them. What the closure actually is, to begin with? When it is created and deleted? What the implementation should look like?

So, I've written an article How do JavaScript closures work under the hood which explains the subject in a very intuitive way, with clear diagrams and examples.

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blog/2015/0909_how_do_javascript_closures_work_under_the_hood.txt · Last modified: 2015/09/09 07:45 by dfrank
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