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 Title: Learning Javascript with Object Graphs (Part II)
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 Author: Tim Caswell
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 Date: Mon Oct 11 2010 08:24:25 GMT-0700 (PDT)
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 The first article using graphs to describe JavaScript semantics was so popular that I've decided to try the technique with some more advanced ideas.  In this article I'll explain three common techniques for creating objects.  They are constructor with prototype, pure prototypal, and object factory.
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 <object-graphs-2/classical.js#test*>
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-This is the resulting data structure.  Dashed lines mean object inheritance.  
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+This is the resulting data structure.  Dashed lines mean object inheritance.
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 ![classical](object-graphs-2/classical.dot)
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 ## Conclusion
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-There is so much more I want to explore, but I like to keep these articles somewhat short and bite-size.  If there is demand, I'll write a part three explaining how to do ruby-style mixins and other advanced topics.
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+There is so much more I want to explore, but I like to keep these articles somewhat short and bite-size.  If there is demand, I'll write a part three explaining how to do ruby-style mixins and other advanced topics.

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