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Month: October 2016

Local vs Global scope – JavaScript

Local scope Let’s start by declaring a variable inside a function called cool (just a name) to understand the difference between local and global scope Let’s declare a variable called localVariable with type var in our function as below var cool = function (){ var localVariable = 10; console.log(‘Inside function: ‘ +localVariable) } cool(); console.log(‘Outside variable: ‘ +localVariable); And we call our function, and also we are trying to write our variable value inside and outside the function in the console. Once the following line is executed console.log(‘Inside function:’ +localVariable)… Read more Local vs Global scope – JavaScript

Steps to set customized external terminal in VS Code

Step 1: Go to File -> Preferences -> User settings Step 2: Add one of the following line based on the environment to settings.json file // to run on OS X “terminal.external.osxExec”: “” // to run on linux “terminal.external.linuxExec”: “xterm” // to run windows “terminal.external.windowsExec”: “%COMSPEC%” For example, if we want to set Git Bash as an external terminal. We can achieve it by providing Git bash exe URL as follows “terminal.external.windowsExec”: “C:\\Program Files\\Git\\bin\\bash.exe” Restart the VS Code instance to apply the settings. Keyboard Shortcut to open external terminal in… Read more Steps to set customized external terminal in VS Code