May 13, 2024, 11 a.m. | Anton Martyniuk

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Closures are a fundamental concept in JavaScript, that can help you manage scope, data privacy, and memory efficiency.

Understanding closures is crucial for coding and allow to prevent potential bugs in the code.

What is a Closure?

A closure is a function that captures the scope of its outer function, retaining access to its variables even after the outer function has completed execution.

This unique property allows closures to maintain state between function invocations.

The concept of closures is closely …

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