Well as usual I checked with the Ecmascript standard 262 and searched for anonymous functions, nothing came up. Does this mean that it shouldn't be used? No.
Then I begin to think about anonymous functions in C# and what they do. Here is what one of the things that they can do: Call another function and then continue processing till that function completes it's operation and passes pack information.
But now, the problem becomes this: How does the system know that the function is done, or what it promises to return.
More later on that.
Sometime I can go the jQuery way to create custom container object to hold the events, by that's just inconvenient.
For readers who might not know this, Cheong is an MSP, which means that he is one of the respected Microsoft experts. And I wish he would share his web site or blog with us. :)
Oh, I don't have blogs or personal website.
I have had one during my school days, but I'm too lazy to bother update it often. :P
In these days I just wonder around the BBSs, forums and others' blogs to discover topics that catch my interest.
You are always welcomed to make comments on my blog. I really appreciate it.