- 1 What does maximum call stack size exceeded?
- 2 How do you fix uncaught RangeError maximum call stack size exceeded?
- 3 How can we avoid maximum call stack size exceeded?
- 4 What does uncaught range error mean?
- 5 What’s a recursive function?
What does maximum call stack size exceeded?
It means that somewhere in your code, you are calling a function which in turn calls another function and so forth, until you hit the call stack limit. This is almost always because of a recursive function with a base case that isn’t being met.
How do you fix uncaught RangeError maximum call stack size exceeded?
How can we avoid maximum call stack size exceeded?
The problem with a recursive function that continues to call on itself is that it is impossible to move onto the next function within a chain, and you’ll eat up the entirety of your stack. The best way to prevent this error is to double-check your recursive functions.
What does uncaught range error mean?
The RangeError object indicates an error when a value is not in the set or range of allowed values.
What’s a recursive function?
A recursive function is a function in code that refers to itself for execution. Recursive functions can be simple or elaborate. They allow for more efficient code writing, for instance, in the listing or compiling of sets of numbers, strings or other variables through a single reiterated process.
The ReferenceError object represents an error when a non-existent variable is referenced.
The TypeError object represents an error when an operation could not be performed, typically (but not exclusively) when a value is not of the expected type. A TypeError may be thrown when: an operand or argument passed to a function is incompatible with the type expected by that operator or function; or.