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    Default A general question about using this code

    A general question about using this code


    As some may know, I am new and jumped head first into developing with Javascript.

    My question is this , let's say I have made an object:

    Code:
    var myCoolObject = new someObject();
    and within my new object I want to use some (alot) of Jack's stuff. For simplicity's sake, let's say a dialog box.

    My Questions:
    1. Are there any scope issues I need to keep in mind?
    2. Is there a best practice for using YUI EXT from within your own classes?
    3. and lastly, should I create YUI EXT objects (like a dialog) from within, or outiside of my class? Or does it matter?

    I sure would appreciate anything you can offer. I want to learn the right way, the first time, rather than pick up some bad habits, know what I mean?

    Thank you.[/list]

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    NM... after an hour of experimenting, I answered my own questions.

    I was happy at the results! As long as I maintain the correct scope of my objects, I can use them wherever I want.

    Nice.


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