JavaScript Erroneous code, can you spot why this usage of key will lead to bugs?


Example

var pipeline = {};
// (...) adding things in pipeline

for(var key in pipeline) {
  fs.stat(pipeline[key].path, function(err, stats) {
    if (err) {
      // clear that one
      delete pipeline[key];
      return;
    }
    // (...)
    pipeline[key].count++;
  });
} 

The problem is that there is only one instance of var key. All callbacks will share the same key instance. At the time the callback will fire, the key will most likely have been incremented and not pointing to the element we are receiving the stats for.