July 25, 2012 - TC39 Meeting Notes

Brandon Benvie brandon at brandonbenvie.com
Sat Jul 28 07:46:36 PDT 2012


It seems like you're indicating that changing a property to a value,
presumably a primitive, is somehow different from setting it to a function.
Regardless of anything else, that's not true even in the way you mean it
because a function can have a thunk that contains state and accomplishes
the same thing as setting primitive data type. It just can almost be used
for other non-data things too like methods. There's no way to differentiate
from a naive standpoint though.
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