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It's called three times?

Wow, this one is confusing. I am wondering why this code:

function doSomething(doit) {
    var color = "blue";
    if (doit) {
         color = "red";
        console.log("Color in if(){}",color)
        }
        console.log("Color after if(){}",color)
}

doSomething(false);
doSomething(true);

is called three times when i only see "doSomething" twice - the true and the false?

1 Answer

Florian Goussin
Florian Goussin
8,925 Points

yes you are right. So maybe you have a call somewhere else ?