Ye olde arguments argument (was: Topic list - pending changes and issues for the ES3.1 spec)
jorge at jorgechamorro.com
Mon Sep 15 13:18:55 PDT 2008
El 14/09/2008, a las 21:30, Mark S. Miller escribió:
> The arguments object itself is often passed in order for function F to
> give function G access to the argument list F with which was called.
> This seemingly innocent operation should not also inadvertently
> provide G with the ability to call F. F might otherwise be
> encapsulated within some larger abstraction.
Hmm, the problem is 'callee' being a property of 'arguments' ?
or the functionality that 'callee' provides ?
IOW, could we have instead a ('standalone') 'callee' property (that
isn't to be innocently passed on) ?
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