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Adding a parameter with the same name as the value (the initial parameter supplied to the value() function when the value is defined) is all it takes to inject a value into an AngularJS controller function. Here's an illustration: angular is a variable in myModule.

A controller is a function that you develop to control the data you're working with. You can change data in any way you desire with a self-written controller: Change the case to uppercase. Convert between different currencies. Calculate and summarise your findings.

The controller's major task is to construct a scope object and send it to the view.

An AngularJS application can have as many controllers as it needs, but in practise, it's best to establish a new controller for each key view in the application. This method will make your code more readable, maintainable, and upgradeable. For each controller, Angular creates a $scope object.

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