i think u guys are assuming firefox, in IE eval without the function
wrapped in () does not cause syntax err, and even if i added the '()',

var stuff7=eval('(function() {alert("stuff..");})')

stuff7 is still undefined........according to IE8 beta2's js console
that is.....

On Dec 3, 9:36 pm, "yuval dagan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> try it like this:
> add  "(" and ")"
> var stuff7=eval('(function() {alert("stuff..");})')
> thats because the interpreter rules of running the script
> On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 3:17 AM, yoshi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > heres my js:
> > var stuff7=eval('function() {alert("stuff..");}')
> > when i alert stuff7 it is undefined.
> > now if i do this:
> > eval('var stuff7=function() {alert("stuff..");}')
> > and alert stuff7, it is defined
> > does anybody know y, the jscript eval doc doesnt really help, i
> > suspect it is a scope issue?
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