difference between var x = 0 and x = 0


as we know in javascript there are so many ambiguity things. One of them is how to declare variable.

var x = 0

if you declare that on global, it will be global variable. If you put that on the function it will be local variable

x = 0

if you just simply put this anywhere. If you have declare it on global, var x, then that line would assign the x on global. But the dangerous thing is if you never declare it on global, that line will create global variable x so that this line would assign the global variable that have just been created.

So, to keep the consistency, Use var x = 0 to declare and x = 0 to assign!!



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