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    Default $H() method

    Hi: I have a legacy system using extjs. In some js file, it has following defination:

    var someVariable = $H();

    What does '$H()' mean?

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    Time's moving fast! a "legacy" system that uses the latest Javascript UI library on the market!?

    $H is not an Ext function.

    They are all called meaningful names.

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    Are you using the Prototype.js adapter? If so, $H() creates a hash:

    http://www.prototypejs.org/api/utility

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animal View Post
    They are all called meaningful names.

    Many of those developers think it's easier to read. I say nay.

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    Yes, it uses Prototype.js. Then it is hash function.

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