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How to Find Javascript function definition in Chrome ?

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Hi all,

Any way to find a Javascript function's definition. I'm working on a site that includes many external JS files.Some times i need to find the particular function in browser.

posted Sep 9, 2014 by anonymous

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1)Goto the developer tools (For example in Google Chrome press ctrl+shift+i)
2)Then In windows Press ctrl+shift+f.or In Mac Press cmd+option+f.You will get see the two check box called ignore case and regular expression.Then check the regular expression checkbox.
3)Then you search the function in the search bar .

answer Sep 24, 2014 by Madhavi Latha
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