— Because it returns *live* object
At the moment console.log takes .width, it's one value, at the moment you opening logged object in the console output window, it's another value...
— determin1st I rewrote a lot of my readme... please let me know what you think about its readability: https://github.com/Floofies/HertzScript/blob/master/README.md
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— I may add this to the readme
— Nitpick: I don't like require or definition out of order
— Ohh in the Statues example right?
— I usually stick all requires at the top of the file, guess I forgot this time
— Yeah, if you've started your own dispatcher and imported the compiled code into it as a module, then you can tell the dispatcher to pause whenever you want to do something else in regular JS land
— It would still be useful for general interrupts... a use case I have is to make a green threading kernel based on Linux