arguments.callee and strict mode
douglas at crockford.com
Tue Mar 10 09:48:43 PDT 2009
>>From: Douglas Crockford [mailto:douglas at crockford.com]
>>It is not the only way. You can write an annonymous function that
>>a named, recursive function. So arguments.callee is not required for
>>that unlikely case.
>Not exactly equivalent if you are using the function constructor. Assuming
>that the outer anonymous function is the one that is defined using the
>function constructor, you would have to explicitly invoke the result of the
>constructor to obtain an instance of the inner named function.
That's good enough. It doesn't need to be exactly equivalent.
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