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    You have to define them yourself. Here's an...

    You have to define them yourself. Here's an example with '2 founds'.
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    That depends on what you want. You can have...

    That depends on what you want. You can have dynamic variables, for instance. You can give different values to found depending on the function(s) in which it occurs.
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    I see what you mean now. The problem was that you...

    I see what you mean now. The problem was that you didn't put the value for the variable between quotes.
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    So the uestion is what you want the variable to...

    So the uestion is what you want the variable to 'do'.
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    var found=Branch is preventing the script from...

    var found=Branch is preventing the script from working, because Branch is not specified.
    If you replace

    with:

    it will work.
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    As I said, function exploreNorth refers to...

    As I said, function exploreNorth refers to Branch, which is not specified / does nothing. So the variable found doesn't do anything either.
    You have to give us the code for the WHOLE document to...
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    What does Branch do?

    What does Branch do?
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    Function exploreNorth refers to Branch, which is...

    Function exploreNorth refers to Branch, which is not specified / does nothing.
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