Why Studying for a Microsoft Certification Induces Madness

Let’s see.  The question:


Well, I’m really not certain.  Anonymous functions don’t have a name: that’s why they’re called anonymous.  Since an anonymous function doesn’t have a name, I can’t assign it to an element declaratively.  I think that makes sense; unfortunately, it means there are two correct answers and I’m only supposed to choose one.  So, let me give B a shot.  Clearly, anonymous means “of unknown name“.


Wait.  What?


If an anonymous function doesn’t have a name, then wouldn’t having a name not be an attribute of anonymous functions?  Or have I totally misunderstood the question?

Let’s not discuss the code example errors, missing answers to review questions, and IE-specific lessons that drive me crazy.

Oh! The Latest Verstion!

I’m not really sure what a Verstion is, but maybe it will help me be a better web developer if I get the latest one!

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