Array extras functionality for iterators

Rick Waldron waldron.rick at
Tue Feb 28 09:21:57 PST 2012

On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 12:06 PM, Yehuda Katz <wycats at> wrote:

> Catching up on this discussion.
> Personally, I'd like to see us come to quick consensus on `forEach` for
> collections, because without something like `forEach`, it's impossible to
> implement useful versions of these collections in user-space in browsers
> that do not implement for-of.
> Indeed, the current browsers that implement Map and Set do not implement
> for-of, which means that even though browsers implement the collections
> (and Mozilla has for a bit now), they are not very useful because they
> cannot be iterated over. Had `forEach` been part of the initial spec, I
> would be using them today.

I've had the same experience that Yehuda describes - it's almost comical
that Chrome blog published an announcement for the support of Map and Set,

> var s = new Set()
> s.add("foo")
> s.has("foo")
> s.delete("foo")

...They are useless.

> One last thing: `forEach` on `Map` should probably pass the key and value
> to the function.

+1 to Map.prototype.forEach receiving key and value as arguments

> Yehuda Katz
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