Javascript: Inconsistency when assigning a named function to a variable (named function expression)



Can anyone explain the difference in behaviour between Internet Explorer and Firefox in regards to the below:


var myNamespace = (function () {
var exposed = {};
exposed.myFunction = function myFunction () {
return "Works!";
}
console.log(myFunction());
// IE: "Works!"
// Firefox: ReferenceError: myFunction is not defined
console.log(exposed.myFunction());
// IE: "Works!"
// FF: "Works!"
return exposed;
})();
console.log(myNamespace.myFunction());
// IE: "Works!"
// FF: "Works!"

In interne


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