brendan at mozilla.org
Tue May 19 01:02:01 UTC 2015
I post this followup with some trepidation, as the es-discuss S/N ratio
has dropped badly in recent weeks. Perhaps esdiscourse is doing better?
Anyway, discussion fodder: @rauchg messaged me recently wondering why
let f = (x) => y;
could not be shortened to
let f(x) y;
This seems like a better shorthand to discuss, compared to `let
function` (which function-in-block covers already, as noted).
Allen Wirfs-Brock wrote:
> On May 14, 2015, at 3:39 PM, André Bargull wrote:
>>> On May 14, 2015, at 12:40 PM, Alexander Jones wrote:
>>>> Ah, thanks for explaining! What about the Temporal Dead Zone of let, or const binding semantics, for those of us who are obsessive enough to desire that kind of thing everywhere?
>>> ES6 specifies that function declarations are allowed in blocks in both strict and nn-strict mode. In both cases they are block scoped and have essentially the same semantics (including a TDZ) as a let declaration.
>> There is no TDZ for block-scoped function declarations. Function declarations are basically hoisted to the top of the block.
> Ah right, I misspoke about on that point. block level function declarations are indeed hoisted to the top of the block.
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