Optimizing JavaScript (part 1)

In my years of experience in programming, I have observed that certain performance ‘tweaks’ work best for certain languages. This is mostly due to the nature of the interpreter1/compiler2 involved in executing a particular piece of code.

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  1. Interpreters are programs that execute codes one line at a time. See: Interpreter  in Wikipedia []
  2. a program that decodes instructions written in a higher order language. See: Compiler in Wikipedia []