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JavaScript: Functions

Sometimes instead of just adding your javascript to the page and having the browser perform the tasks as soon as the script is read, you might want your javascript to be performed only upon the detection of a certain event. A function is a block of code which can be called from any point in a script after it has been declared. It is basically a compartmentalized JavaScript designed to accomplish a single task. Furthermore, JavaScript written into functions will not be performed until you specifically ask for it. This way you gain complete control of the timing. Functions are useful because they contribute to rapid, reliable, error-reducing coding, and increase legibility by tiding up complicated code sequences. More...

PHP: Functions

A function is a block of code which can be called from any point in a script after it has been declared. It is basically a compartmentalized PHP script designed to accomplish a single task. Functions are useful because they contribute to rapid, reliable, error-reducing coding, and increase legibility by tiding up complicated code sequences. More...

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ASP: Functions and Subprocedures

You can write functions in ASP similar to the way you write them in Visual Basic. It is good programming practice to use functions to modularize your code and to better provide reuse. This article explains benefits of using functions and subprocedures, shows difference between them, and gives code for function that prints out info or takes an integer value and returns the square of that value. More...




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