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September 2017

— Lol epic troll xD


Put another way, arrays in JS are sparse by default, so it is not abnormal to support them in an algorithm. If someone avoids sparseness then that is technically further removed from the "regular" use case

— Let's not go there

— What?

— Depends

— I don't make any checks when communicating with my own code, but for public apis...

— I'll at least do JSON schema validation

— Yeah, or clients in general

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— But you are not accesing to de element, right? That comes to a cost.

— I was just testing iteration speed

— But the first one is accessing to the element