An Id is unique.

Compelling Reasons To Start Using Binary Trading Robots Asap


Whether we want to admit or not, money makes the world go round, and the importance of profits in our lives is immense. That is why a lot of people see binary options as the perfect solution for their financial condition, and they expect that binary trading will make them millionaires overnight. However, this rarely happens, and the chances of making a fortune in a relatively short period are just as same as the odds of hitting that life-changing jackpot on the slots machine. But, if you employ a carefully established and tested strategy, your profits can grow over time, and binary trading robots can be of great assistance on this mission.

The Benefits Of Using Auto-trading Software


Robots are nowadays being used in all areas of our activity, and financial transactions are just one of many sectors where machines and computer programs can provide us with better efficiency and productivity than humans could ever do. For instance, Quantum code is one of the best auto trading programs on the current market, and this software can find potentially profitable investment opportunities and place the trades without any direct interference from the trader. These robots can work independently, but they will follow the settings and preferences that were customized by the user, which means that consistency and discipline will be present as well. Since emotional reactions will be eliminated, your trading results can be significantly improved in a short time frame, and that is why binary trading robots are here to stay.

by Peter Higgins

… or at least should always be treated as such. There is no official function in Dojo for generating a unique ID, though is a very common task, and very simple to accomplish. In this ultra short cookie, we’ll create a reusable function for just this use case.

Feel free to drop this in anywhere you need to generate a unique id. The code is very small:

  // wrapped in this function to keep a local copy of some vars:
  var globalId, id_count = 0, base = "djid_";
  // the function:
  d.generateId = function(altBase){
     do{ globalId = (altBase || base) + (++id_count) }
     return globalId;

We have private copies of a globalId string (the current most recent unique id), a private counter variable (id_count) and a base string to use for the prefix. By calling do{ }while() rather than while(){..} we ensure our loop is always run at least once. The condition is dojo.byId(globalId), which returns undefined if no node with that id is found. When we escape, return the string ID at first ‘failure’. Viola.

The altBase parameter to the function is optional. When it is undefined, the base from within our closure is used. Makes for a nice small practical example of the use of a closure, as well.

Tags: dojo.byId()

About: Peter “dante” Higgins is the Dojo Toolkit Project Lead and a UI Designer at


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