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JavaScript The Solution

shouldn't all the variables (var = x) be declared at the top as good practice?

shouldn't all the variables (var = x) be declared at the top as good practice? just saying.!

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Jamie Reardon
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Jamie Reardon
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It's good practice to place all of your variable and function definitions at the top of your files so that yourself or other developers can quickly access and see what variables are being used in the file.