Get the fundamentals down and the level of everything you do will rise. - Michael Jordan
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noConflict (Part 2)
Today has been a lazy Sunday, so I've been more focused on completed the exercise than documenting it. The main idea of today's exercise is that we looked at the noConflict implementation in Accounting JS, and wrote a new version that was simpler.
Let's see how noConflict works in Accounting JS.
In the console we can see that we can set window.accounting to it's original value, such as the string "The original accounting" in this example, and we can return the library so we can store it in a variable called accountingLibrary.
That's it for today. Picking back up in full-force on Monday.