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Underline before variable name

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What is the difference between these?
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  1. var text = 'text';
  3. var _text = 'text';
Aug 31 '09 #1
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Both are identifiers.. Names for an variable. They dont have any difference.

Ramanan Kalirajan
Aug 31 '09 #2

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that is correct, basicly there is no difference ... sometimes the underscore is used to mark a variable or function intentional as private ... but it depends on the convention that the developer follows ...

kind regards
Aug 31 '09 #3

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