array slice syntax
Lars T Hansen
lth at acm.org
Thu Aug 16 10:42:47 PDT 2007
On 8/16/07, Stefan Gössner <stefan at goessner.net> wrote:
> here are my first questions after following the list quite a while.
> 1. I really like the array slice syntax [start:end:step] described in
> The description seems to miss the case, where 'start' is greater than 'end'.
> (a) 'step' be implicitely set to -1 ?
> (b) an empty array come as result ?
> (c) an error occur ?
The description seems to be clear here, the result should be an empty array.
> 2. The descendant operator '..' is mentioned only in the tutorial
> I could not find it mentioned elsewhere.
> Is it also considered to work with array notation as in:
> y.. // access the first element of all arrays of 'y' and it's
I don't think so. The descendant operator is for E4X (ECMAScript for
XML, ECMA-357) and has not been discussed in other contexts. E4X is
not included in ECMAScript 4 at this stage.
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