Why is "sparse" still part of the description for [[ArrayIterationKind]]?

Allen Wirfs-Brock allen at wirfs-brock.com
Wed Jan 29 08:15:16 PST 2014

it's and editorial bug.  I forgot to delete that text from the description.

On Jan 29, 2014, at 2:38 AM, Qantas 94 Heavy wrote:

> I'm not sure whether this is a bug or it's still open, so I've posted it here first -- sorry if this has already been discussed, I've tried to find related threads and bug reports but to no avail. 
> As of Rev 22 of the ES6 spec, [[ArrayIterationKind]] is described as follows (§
> > A string value that identifies what is to be returned for each element
> > of the iteration. The possible values are: "key", "value", "key+value",
> > "sparse:key", "sparse:value", "sparse:key+value".
> I haven't seen the "sparse" forms being referenced anywhere else, so I'm just checking whether they're actually needed or not. Is this just an oversight, or is it actually significant?
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