Use the quickcard (section “Import an Object”) to require ISML and guard in your controller. i can't find quickcard keyword in eclipse and what is meaning of quickcard in ecplise . The first bold line from documentation of salesforce controller version.

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    Quick search to your first bold line/question leads to flashcard questions for some certification. Could you elaborate your question and what you have tried or researched so far? – Raul Dec 19 '18 at 12:05
  • i am reading pdf document of demandware with controllers and solving excercise and which had a **The goal of this activity is to display query parameters using JavaScript controllers. 1. Create a controller named JCall.js in the controllers folder. 2. Use the quickcard (section “Import an Object”) to require ISML and guard in your controller. 3. Use the quickcard (section “Function declaration and exposure”) to declare the function and expose start function as Start 4. Inside the start function, paste the following template: ** now i cant figure out what is quickcard. – Moavaz Dec 19 '18 at 12:22
  • From what I can tell, quickcard is a feature of demandware. Just because a program can use Salesforce doesn't make a question about it Salesforce-related (in all cases, anyways). It appears that, in this specific instance, your question would be better suited for Stack Overflow, as they actually have a demandware tag you can use. – sfdcfox Dec 19 '18 at 13:07
  • its Salesforce Commerce cloud ( controller Architecture ) pdf if you are more concered with the question rather than answer. – Moavaz Dec 19 '18 at 13:24
  • @Moavaz Thanks for the clarification. I'm not necessarily up-to-date with all the new clouds. Consider myself further educated. Hopefully you'll find a question to your answer, but in this case, it won't be from me. – sfdcfox Dec 19 '18 at 13:40

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