Message from JavaScript discussions

May 2017

— I doo


Set = new Set();

set.has('Hello'); // should be true
set.has('Hell'); // should be false

— You can make a named accessor point to null

— Eh?

— My version also makes sets stringifyable and loadable from disk

— A map already does this

— What do you need which it fails to do?

— Or rather, since map does string comparisons, why avoid that?

— I haven't implemented delete yet

— What do you mean?

— Well Hello already !== Hell

— Yes?