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  1. My website needs to use a date picker to choose first and last dates of a rental period. I chose TheDatePicker because it said it was pure JS and easy to use. The picker for the first date works fine. I am finally able to make the MinDate 10 days from the current date, as intended. Once the first date is chosen, I need to make it the MinDate for the second chooser. I can't seem to find the correct code to do that. Do I need to use a callback? Do I have to set a listener? The docs for TheDatePicker show code for doing that, but that code is in TypeScript rather than straight JS, and I can't
  2. Hello. I have a problem with a function that contains a callback. The problem is, when I execute it the first time, it works without no problem, but the second time, the callback is executed twice: first with the first value and later with the second value. I post the code and an example of running Code of the function: function titulo(terminoTitulo) { console.log("titulo():"); console.log("titulo(): Fuera del callback: " + terminoTitulo); consultar_titulo(terminoTitulo, function (titulo) { console.log("titulo(): termino: " + terminoTitulo); console.l
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