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By davidwalsh
Published: Jul 16 2012 / 17:58

Believe it or not, there are a lot of people who strongly dislike JavaScript. For one reason or another, they simply can't stand the perceived lack of security and structure within the language. One of those perceived weaknesses is lack of the private designations for variables within structures. They have a point; if you stick a property on an object, or create d global variables, it's fair game for anyone. There is, however, a few very simple patterns you can use within JavaScript to keep access to a given object or variable private!
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