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Some Javascript syntax fixes #3294

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takluyver commented Feb 2, 2018

This fixes some issues spotted by Pycharm's linter.

I know we generally don't go for 'big cleanup' PRs, so I've tried to keep the scope of this quite limited - for now, I've only changed notebook.js with simple improvements. Linters are more useful the fewer existing issues they show up, so if we're happy with this I might do similar cleanups to other files.

One common source of warnings is unused function parameters. Unlike in Python, a Javascript function can be called with more arguments than it has: the extra arguments are ignored. This is a questionable language feature, but handy for things like (elt) {...});.

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@takluyver takluyver merged commit 2aac713 into jupyter:master Feb 26, 2018

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