for own(...) loop (spin-off from Re: for..in, hasOwnProperty(), and inheritance)

Jake Verbaten raynos2 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 8 18:08:53 PST 2011


In the real world IE<9 still accounts for almost 50% of browsers. Then
there's another 6% for FF3.6 and another 3% for opera.

As much as I like promoting that you should ignore legacy browsers, for
most people "50% market share" is a good enough reason to support them.

On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 2:03 AM, Quildreen Motta <quildreen at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 08/11/11 23:59, Jake Verbaten wrote:
>
>>
>> However on average a lot more people will use for ... in with
>> hasOwnProperty because ES5 environments are rare and a lot of people avoid
>> the ES5-shim
>>
> Do you mean `rare' as in they have to work with the lowest common
> denominator (IE)? Because ES5-not-so-fully-but-somewhat-**there-for-most-common-stuff
> environments are the majority, afaik.
>
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