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JavaScript Asynchronous Programming with JavaScript Asynchronous JavaScript with Callbacks Callback Functions Review

Roberto Nieves
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Roberto Nieves
Courses Plus Student 9,412 Points

I'm really not sure what should go here.

I watched the videos as intently as I could, but I have no idea what should go here. I typically like this instructor, but he was moving far too fast (even at slower speeds). I just didn't know where he was going with everything.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,935 Points

You didn't indicate which question you have issue with, but here's some general hints:

  • when passing a reference to a callback to a function, use only the name as the argument
  • when invoking a callback while inside a function, place parentheses after the parameter name

If that doesn't help, try identifying the question you are having trouble with.