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跟燕青一起学Windows8应用开发:使用WinJS在已有Namespace中添加新成员

                在跟燕青一起学Windows8应用开发:使用WinJS自定义Javascript的名字空间一文中,笔者已经讨论了如何用Namespace解决两个技术问题:

l  局部类定义全局化的问题。

l  多项目中代码名字冲突问题。

在博客后,笔者也留有一道思考题:在多次使用WinJS.Namespace.define定义相同名字的Namespace会出现什么情况?本篇博客就是讨论它的实际结果。

 

打开Study Metro App项目,建立MS1.js文件,并实现它的内容,如图1所示。

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跟燕青一起学Windows8应用开发:使用WinJS在已有Namespace中添加新成员

                在跟燕青一起学Windows8应用开发:使用WinJS自定义Javascript的名字空间一文中,笔者已经讨论了如何用Namespace解决两个技术问题:

l  局部类定义全局化的问题。

l  多项目中代码名字冲突问题。

在博客后,笔者也留有一道思考题:在多次使用WinJS.Namespace.define定义相同名字的Namespace会出现什么情况?本篇博客就是讨论它的实际结果。

 

打开Study Metro App项目,建立MS1.js文件,并实现它的内容,如图1所示。

图1

跟燕青一起学Windows8应用开发:使用WinJS在已有Namespace中添加新成员

                在跟燕青一起学Windows8应用开发:使用WinJS自定义Javascript的名字空间一文中,笔者已经讨论了如何用Namespace解决两个技术问题:

l  局部类定义全局化的问题。

l  多项目中代码名字冲突问题。

在博客后,笔者也留有一道思考题:在多次使用WinJS.Namespace.define定义相同名字的Namespace会出现什么情况?本篇博客就是讨论它的实际结果。

 

打开Study Metro App项目,建立MS1.js文件,并实现它的内容,如图1所示。

图1

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