INDEX

Symbols

* (asterisk), 139–142, 157, 159, 175

** (exponentiation operator), 306–307

\ (backslash), 26

` (backtick), 26

: (colon), 69, 88

{} (curly braces), 56–57, 88–89, 285

${ } (substitution delimiters), 28–29

... (rest items), 92–93

... (rest parameters), 44–46

... (spread operator), 47–48

converting sets to arrays, 126

nonarray iterables and, 151–152

= (equal sign), 87

== (equals operator), 72

=== (identically equals operator), 72

|| (logical OR operator), 36

[] (square brackets), 70–71

A

accessor properties, 74, 173–174

add() method, 40–42

for sets, 122–123

for weak sets, 127–128

apply() method, 47–48, 51, 61

apply trap, 245, 262–265, 268

arguments object

arrow functions and, 55, 60

effect of default parameter values on, 38–39

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