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Tue Dec 6 16:37:08 EST 2005
On 06/12/05, Aaron Boodman <zboogs at gmail.com> wrote:
> You just need to remember that "prototype" is for constructors. The
> value of the prototype goes into __proto__ in the objects that the
> constructor creates. __proto__ is the actual lookup chain, not
> So when you do a.b, b is checked for on a, then a.__proto__.b, then
> a.__proto__.__proto__.b, and so on. Prototype has nothing to do with
> this, except for the fact that in the ECMA spec, it is the only way to
> set __proto__.
Thanks, that explanation provided the "aha" I was looking for.
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