I've come across a peculiarity with Douglas Crockfords Object.create method which I'm hoping someone might be able to explain:  If I create an object - say 'person' - using object literal notation then use Object.create to create a ne...
I have been playing around with Object.create in the EcmaScript 5 spec, and I am trying to create a multiple inheritance type structure.  Say I have a few functions: a, b, and c. With only dealing with prototypes, I can do this:  function a () {} a.p...
I'm coming to Javascript from a background in Python and Smalltalk, and I appreciate the linage of Self and Lisp in the language.  With ECMAScript5, I wanted to try my hand at prototypal OO without the new operator.    Constraints:    optional ne...
This question isn't a duplicate of Using "Object.create" instead of "new".  The thread in question doesn't focus on passing arguments correctly when using Object.create    I am curious as to how I would go about initializing o...
Update  If this is not possible, please feel free to provide an answer explaining why.  I'd be happy to mark as it accepted.    I'd like to slightly simplify the following code (two steps for an object "declaration", I'd like to h...
Presume I have an object like this:  var Foo = {   x: 5,   sprite: new Image() }   Problem: I want to initialize that sprite with the right src.  However, when I use the following creation technique:  var f = Object.create(Foo);   I don't have a...
What I'd like is the ability to wrap a JavaScript property to modify behavior on get/set.  For properties that are values, I can do the following:  var obj = {     myProperty : 0 };  function notifyOfChange(obj, propertyName) {     var propertyVa...
var Person = function(name, age){     return Object.create(Object.prototype, {         name: {             value: name | "",             writable: true,             enumerable: true,             configurable: true         },         age: {...
Ok, I'm trying to track any changes made to a huge form on a web application. When the page is loaded, I create a JS object that 'captures' the initial state of all input fields (selects, radio buttons, checkboxes etc...).When the user al...
Consider such an object with a prototype chain:  var A = {}; var B = Object.create(A); var C = Object.create(B);   How to check in runtime if C has A in its prototype chain?  instanceof doesn't fit as it's designed to work with constructor fu...

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