[SOLVED] Pass an extra argument to a callback function


I have a function callWithMagic which takes a callback function as a parameter and calls it with one argument.

const callWithMagic = callback => {
  const magic = getMagic();

I also have a function processMagic which takes two arguments: magic and theAnswer.

const processMagic = (magic, theAnswer) => {

I want to pass the function processMagic as an argument to callWithMagic, but I also want to pass 42 as the second parameter (theAnswer) to processMagic. How can I do that?

callWithMagic(<what should I put here?>);


Just create a function(magic) {} as a wrapper callback:

callWithMagic(function(magic) {
  return processMagic(magic, 42);

Or using ECMAScript 6: arrow functions:

callWithMagic(magic => processMagic(magic, 42));

Answered By – str

Answer Checked By – Katrina (BugsFixing Volunteer)

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