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JavaScript Strict Mode vs. Bad Programming Practicesby@johnpalmgren
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JavaScript Strict Mode vs. Bad Programming Practices

by John Palmgren6mFebruary 8th, 2022
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JavaScript Strict mode is used to turn mistakes into errors for easier debugging and to help you write better code. It can make the code better optimized and reduce security vulnerabilities.

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