alex at weej.com
Thu Jun 16 00:43:33 UTC 2016
Well, a map is more often of dynamic size, mapping from one specific type T
to another specific type U. (Of course, either can be variants.) An
object is a bag of properties of fixed size, with keys of type
string|symbol, values of a type specific to the property, metadata from the
property descriptor, and a prototype chain.
Nobody mention Array. ;)
On Thursday, 16 June 2016, doodad-js Admin <doodadjs at gmail.com> wrote:
> > the consensus appears to be moving towards treating Objects like records
> But we have Map for this ? It’s difficult to follow the consensus... Why
> they “implemented” class if they don’t want classes, but “records” and no
> methods, but global/module functions ? Are we moving back to good old BASIC
> and COBOL languages ?
> Anyway, I have my polyfill for “Object.symbols”, I was just hoping for
> something more performant.
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