Hoisting in Javascript.

Hoisting is JavaScript’s default behavior of moving all declarations to the top of the current scope (to the top of the current script or the current function).

In JavaScript, a variable or function can be declared after it has been used.

In other words; a variable or function can be used before it has been declared.

For example:

x = 5; // Assign 5 to x
var x; // Declare x

Functions hoisting:

// Outputs: "Definition hoisted!"

// TypeError: undefined is not a function

function definitionHoisted() {
    console.log("Definition hoisted!");

var definitionNotHoisted = function () {
    console.log("Definition not hoisted!");
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