Re: FileList (and other Array-like types)

On 5/30/13 5:41 AM, Robin Berjon wrote:
> This includes mutating them, and
> behaving sanely in the face of mutation.

A question is what constitutes sanity.

> I'm very partial to C. The 5 should get pushed onto the array, and
> whenever I look there in future it should still be right there, but any
> control that is reflecting the status of that array should just ignore it.

As opposed to just throwing an exception and being broken?  That might 
be expensive to do.

> All the libraries that do data binding (e.g. Angular, KnockOut) will do
> something like that.

What do they do if you push bogus values into the array?


Received on Thursday, 30 May 2013 14:20:16 UTC