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In this chapter we continue our consideration of lexical environments. In the previous sub chapter 3.1 we clarified the general theory related with the topic. In particular we have learned that the concept of environments is closely related with concepts of static scope and closures. Continue reading
In this chapter we’ll talk in detail about lexical environments — a mechanism used in some languages to manage the static scoping. In order to understand this concept completely, we’ll also discuss briefly the alternative — dynamic scoping (which though isn’t used directly in ECMAScript). We’ll see how environments help to manage lexically nested structures of a code and to provide complete support of closures. Continue reading