OOP Dot Notation, is Object Data or Namespace?
just made a new discovery about the OOP fiasco.
in node.js, the “object” is no longer a data, rather, it's more used as a namespace. For example,
var pp = require('path'); pp.extname('xyz.html') // ⇒ .html
this is true for about all node.js objects. See: ⬢ Node.js v0.11.10-pre Documentation
Unix Pipe, Dot Notation, Postfix Notation
- OOP Dot Notation, Dot Before Data or After?
- OOP Dot Notation, is Object Data or Namespace?
- Unix Pipe as Functional Language
- Method Chaining, Postfix Operator, and OOP
- Ontology of Postfix Notation, Method Chaining, and Unix Pipe
- Piping and Function Composition Equivalence
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