callable objects ?

Brendan Eich brendan at mozilla.org
Tue Apr 17 14:46:21 PDT 2012


Already specified by ES6 as patched by my mail ;-).

There's no fallback on @call from missing @construct. You have to say 
what you mean. If you define @call and someone uses 'new', without an 
inherited @construct you get a TypeError per 11.2.2 "The new Operator".

/be

Russell Leggett wrote:
> What would happen if the object only defined one of these, but was 
> used with the wrong one? Let's say I create an object Foo with @call, 
> but not @construct, and then said new Foo()? Would it use @call and 
> result in an error? What about vice versa?
>


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