5 examples of 'node for each' in JavaScript

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27function forEachNode(node, visit) {
28 if (node && typeof node === 'object' && !(node instanceof acorn.SourceLocation) && !node._eb_visited) {
29 node._eb_visited = true;
30 visit(node);
31 var keys = Object.keys(node);
32 for (var i=0; i < keys.length; i++) {
33 forEachNode(node[keys[i]], visit);
34 }
35 }
36}
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38*eachNode()
39{
40 for (const node of this.uriToNodeMap.values())
41 yield node;
42}
541nodes.forEach(function forEachNode(node, i) {
542 // Make all displayed nodes contentEditable=false,
543 // and ensure that each node's isPlaceholder flag is
544 // set to false.
545 //
546 // This will make the elements appear "accepted"
547 // in the recipients list.
548 node.isPlaceholder = false;
549 node.contentEditable = false;
550 node.setAttribute('role', 'button');
551
552 // The last node should be contentEditable=true
553 // and isPlaceholder=true
554 if (i === nodes.length - 1) {
555 node.isPlaceholder = true;
556 node.contentEditable = true;
557 node.setAttribute('role', 'textbox');
558 } else {
559 // Map the node to it's entry in the list
560 // (only for actual recipient nodes)
561 relation.set(node, list[i]);
562 }
563});
50function each(node) {
51 var id = node.properties.id
52 var data = toString(node)
53
54 if (
55 id &&
56 id.slice(0, 'elements-3:'.length) === 'elements-3:' &&
57 list.indexOf(data) === -1
58 ) {
59 list.push(data)
60 }
61}
398export function forEachChild(node, fn) {
399 childVisitor[node.type](node, fn);
400}

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