Existential operator (was: ||= is much needed?)
brendan at mozilla.org
Tue Jun 19 10:29:14 PDT 2012
Allen Wirfs-Brock wrote:
> I still stand by my alternative semantics as being a way to address the more important use case without have ?()
No, the basis cases differ and that is a bug in your alternative.
foo?.bar means take bar from foo or undefined if foo == null.
foo?.bar() means take bar from foo and throw if foo == null else try to
invoke the result if typeof "function", else undefined.
This is an off-by-one bug.
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