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jQuery get number of parameters declared for a function

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jQuery get number of parameters declared for a function

function makeNinja(name){}
function makeSamurai(name, rank){}
assert( makeNinja.length == 1, "Only expecting a single argument" );
assert( makeSamurai.length == 2, "Multiple arguments expected" );

Output:
PASS Only expecting a single argument
PASS Multiple arguments expected

Source: http://ejohn.org/apps/learn/#88

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