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Jul
15
comment generic chaining technique for overloaded method
The link you provided does a good job of showing the difference of opinion on recursion vs looping. I'm quite sure that a stack overflow won't be a problem, and I've decided to go with the recursive solution.
Jul
15
comment generic chaining technique for overloaded method
Thanks for the link to Martin Fowler's article. That was quite informative. And actually my purpose in having these functions is to avoid code smell.
Jul
15
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Jul
12
comment generic chaining technique for overloaded method
Using apply is more tricky because I'm passing the return value of one function to the other. So then I'd need to use .apply(this, [value].concat(Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1)).
Jul
11
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Jul
11
asked generic chaining technique for overloaded method
Jul
11
accepted For a Javascript library, what is the best or standard way to support extensibility
Jul
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comment For a Javascript library, what is the best or standard way to support extensibility
So far both answers haven't really answered my question. I wonder if anyone has a answer for this.
Jun
30
comment For a Javascript library, what is the best or standard way to support extensibility
Thanks for the detailed post. I'm sure many of these will be useful for me.
Jun
30
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Jun
30
comment For a Javascript library, what is the best or standard way to support extensibility
Thanks for the link. There's some interesting stuff there. Closures are good for hiding things though, and don't really seem to apply to making an extensible library.
Jun
30
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30
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Jun
30
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Jun
30
comment if you were asked to answer to the question “ what is the difference between the English language and a programming language” how you will respond?
Person("Larry").ate(Food("Pizza")
Jun
30
asked For a Javascript library, what is the best or standard way to support extensibility