Spread and non objects

Jon Zeppieri jaz at bu.edu
Thu Nov 4 19:59:48 PDT 2010

On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 10:48 PM, Jon Zeppieri <jaz at bu.edu> wrote:

> Spread-as-rest-arg-syntax constructs an array. Spread-as-operator splices
> the elements of an array into an argument list.
> So, if a spread operator expression: ...null splices zero values into an
> argument list, then its counterpart would be something like:
> function foo(x, y, ...z) { }
> foo(1, 2);
> ... where we pass zero optional arguments to foo, and z is bound to an
> empty array. Which is what we'd expect. So, yeah, plan B makes sense.
Ugh. Sorry for working out my confusion in posts to this list. Of course,
the example above isn't a satisfactory counterpart to the ...null
expression, since it doesn't anywhere involve a null. I suppose there is no
real counterpart in the rest arg syntax.
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