JS: How to Create Object with Parent X?

By Xah Lee. Date: . Last updated: .

Two ways to create a object with a specific parent.

Easy way:

var obj = Object.Create(my_parent)

[see JS: Object.create]

or, using a constructor, by the following steps:

  1. Define a function F with no return statement.
  2. Set the prototype property: F.prototype = my_parent
  3. Create the object. var obj = new F.

[see JS: Operator “new”]

[see JS: How to Use Object.create() to Emulate Constructor?]

Object and Inheritance Topic

  1. JS: Object System Overview
  2. JS: What's Object?
  3. JS: Prototype and Inheritance
  4. JS: Create Object
  5. JS: Object Literal Expression
  6. JS: Find Object's Prototype
  7. JS: Set Object's Prototype
  8. JS: How to Create Object with Parent X?
  9. JS: Prevent Adding Property
  10. JS: Determine Type of Object
  11. JS: Primitive Value Object Wrapper
  12. JS: Clone, Deep Copy Object/Array
  13. JS: Test Equality of Objects

  1. JS: Object Object
  2. JS: Object.prototype
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