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              <div ng-app="app" ng-controller="mainController">
  <h3>$scope.hasOwnProperty('myEvent'): {{ showEvent() }}</h3>
  <button custom-click="showEventType(myEvent)">Show myEvent.type</button>
              var app = angular.module('app', []);

app.controller('mainController', function ($scope) {
  $scope.showEvent = function () {
    return $scope.hasOwnProperty('myEvent');
  $scope.showEventType = function (e) {

app.directive('customClick', function () {
  return {
    // Restrict this directive to attributes only.
    restrict: 'A',
    // Whatever is passed to the "ng-click" attribute is an angular expression
    // and that expression will be stored on our isolate scope as "expression".
    scope: {
      expression: '&customClick'
    link: function (scope, element) {
      // "element" is the jQuery representation of the DOM element that was clicked.
      // We can simply call .on('click' just like we would in jQuery.
      element.on('click', function (e) {
        // Because this handler can be invoked at any time outside the Angular digest
        // loop, we need to tell Angular to track the logic about to happen so we call
        // scope.$apply.
        scope.$apply(function() {
          // Invoke our "expression" as a method. This triggers Angular to evaluate the
          // expression that was passed in. Also pass a hash with any variables this
          // directive has access to that the user of the directive might need to use
          // within the expression. In this case, define a variable called "$event" and
          // set it to the jQuery event that we received on click, "e".
          scope.expression({ myEvent: e });
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