"in" operator throwing on primitives rationale (was: eval on non-strings)
Qantas 94 Heavy
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Wed Apr 9 22:42:57 PDT 2014
On Mar 4, 2012, at 3:24 PM, Brendan Eich wrote:
> Allen Wirfs-Brock wrote:
Both of these were added to the spec. in ES3. They are probably
>> exactly the sort of thing I was warning against when I mentioned point
>> in time or spec. writer introduced inconsistencies.
(I was off TC39 TG1 not paying close attention, founding mozilla.org --
> sorry. :-P)
I don't think we should use ES3's aberrations to justify more like those.
Was there any reason that it was decided to keep the in operator throwing
on primitive values, or was it just a matter of "I don't think it matters
For example, `"1" in 3` will throw a TypeError.
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