That's because it's an anti-pattern. This is not a valid use case.
An IIFE is still common. It's often used in browser
content extensions or snippets loaded from providers (analytics, ads, ...), because the browser's scope is shared by all active snippets, so we limit the scope.
Well, there's that, too. 😅
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