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December 2017

— Check if it exists in your code I mean

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Is there a more simple solution to this? Use case involves 2 functions, both accept any args (using rest operator) but one has to call the other func...

function someFunc(...args) {
// do something
}
function myFunc(...args) {
someFunc.apply(thisarg, args);
}

— I get I can use rest operator again instead of apply too, but apply actually is needed here

— Example real code:

FORK_CHILD: function (bg = false, ...args) {
const pid = this.sysCallProcedures.FORK.call(this, bg, ...args);
this.curProc.childPids.add(pid);
return pid;
},

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— That was one of my first thoughts but they're part of the prototype

— Kernel.prototype.sysCallProcedures

— This is a great post for new people in js

— Https://medium.com/the-node-js-collection/modern-javascript-explained-for-dinosaurs-f695e9747b70?source=linkShare-ddf3465630b5-1513273246

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— I want the this var for Kernel.prototype.sysCallProcedures.ANYTHING to be set to the instance of Kernel

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— But because they're in the sysCallProcedures object, this is undefined unless I use apply or call

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var test = function () {
this.thing = "Hello world";
};
test.prototype.stuff = {
testFunc: function () {
console.log(this.thing);
}
};
var testInstance = new test();
testInstance.stuff.testFunc();
VM505:6 undefined

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