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callbacks.fired()


Description

The callbacks.fired() method determines if the callbacks have already been called at least once.


v1.7

This method has the form:

callbacks.fired()

Return Value

This form returns a Boolean.

Examples

Use the callbacks.fired() method to determine if the callbacks in a list have been called at least once:

// a sample logging function to be added to a callbacks list
var foo = function(value){
  console.log('foo:' + value);
}

var callbacks = $.Callbacks();

// add the function 'foo' to the list
callbacks.add(foo);

// fire the items on the list
callbacks.fire('hello');

// output is: 'foo: hello'

callbacks.fire('world');

// output is: 'foo: world'

// test to check if the callbacks have been called
console.log(callbacks.fired());


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