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Passing Variables Through Callback

 
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I'm trying to go through some of my code and get rid of some duplicate boilerplate. Through out my app, I need to confirm certain things, like deleting. So I have something like this...so far...See the comments in the live click event for what I actually need to do.

 
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What if you add the two values as parameter to showConfirmDialog method and pass it to the callback (I'm no javascript guru so this might be a wrong solution)

Edit: I'm completely sure now that this post is useless, changing the parameters of showConfirmDialog/confirmRemoveMember must not be a choice...
 
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Right, because not everything I use a confirm for uses those parameters.
 
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