andre.bargull at udo.edu
Tue Aug 26 09:27:26 PDT 2014
> Claude Pache wrote:
> >/ Personally, I use the following expression in order to coerce a variable to a string:
> />/ var obj = this + ''
> />/ and its in-place variant:
> />/ x += ''
> />/ I think it'll continue to work in ES6.
> Agreed, this is the correct-and-most-concise way to do it. It should
> throw on symbols, that's important.
> Having String(sym) not throw is a win for other reasons Arv identified,
> but using String(any) to invoke ToString is verbose and fragile, because
> String could be rebound :-P. Use +'' if you want ToString in the
> language, I say.
If `x` is an object, x + '' performs ToString(ToPrimitive(x, <no
hint>)), whereas String(x) performs ToString(ToPrimitive(x, hint
String)). So both expressions are not always interchangeable.
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