You should take JSLint's advice. ;^)
You're also welcome to take any code snippet I've sole-source posted on StackOverflow.com and consider it to be dual-licensed under the MIT license as found at that URL on May 28, 2015 for you, and as a rights reserved copyrighted source when I use it in other projects.
For those snippets, if you want to attribute, that's great. Just know that you're using them at your own risk.
I'm now going to plug...
- My Twitter handle, because everyone else is doing it: @r_ffin
- My fave Skeet comment.
- How to jslint on localhost
- My favorite [personal] project, though [hopefully] far from my best code, SQLDbSharp, a YesSQL database engine pitifully kludged together using C#
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