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September 2017

— That is how the JS basic "class" system works, it's not classes at all but rather chains of objects with properties that override each other from the top-down

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If you are using ES2015 classes this looks a lot different when you write it out though, as it's some sugar to make it look like normal classes

— You're insane

— Mad scientist stuff

— Performance reasons, copying functions (directly on the object) vs referencing functions (using prototypes)

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— Welp my iterator has an identity crisis now... with FIFO queue it is BFS and not IDDFS... and if I switch to a stack it's DFS and breaks filter and path mapping

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— Yeah, Dani is the Chuck Norris of JS.

— I may be some day haha

— Thomas knows more than me... give him some credit too :P

— Haha, nice.

— I don't think I do tbh

— You know the advanced insane shit like Judy Arrays