C 言語関数:bind サンプルコード

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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
Function.prototype.bind().......
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
Function.prototype.bind().......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
The bind() method creates a new function that, when called, has its this keyword set to the provided value, with a given sequence of arguments preceding any provided when the new function is called........
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
fun.bind(thisArg[, arg1[, arg2[, ...]]]).......
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
The bind() function creates a new bound function (BF). A BF is an exotic function object (a term from ECMAScript 2015) that wraps the original function object. Calling a BF generallyresults in the execution of its wrapped function........
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
var boundGetX = retrieveX.bind(module);.......
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
The next simplest use of bind() is to make a function with pre-specified initial arguments. These arguments (if any) follow the provided this value and are then inserted at the start of the arguments passed to the target function, followed by the arguments passed to the bound function, whenever the bound function is called........
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
var leadingThirtysevenList = list.bind(null, 37);.......
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
window.setTimeout(this.declare.bind(this), 1000);.......
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
Warning: This section demonstrates JavaScript capabilities and documents some edge cases of the bind() method. The methods shown below are not the best way to do things and probably should not be used in any production environment........
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
var YAxisPoint = Point.bind(null, 0/*x*/);.......
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
var YAxisPoint = Point.bind(emptyObj, 0/*x*/);.......
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
bind() is also helpful in cases where you want to create a shortcut to a function which requires a specific this value........
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
With bind(), this can be simplified. In the following piece of code, slice is a bound function to the apply() function of Function.prototype, with the this value set to the slice() function of Array.prototype. This means that additional apply() calls can be eliminated:.......
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
var slice = Function.prototype.apply.bind(unboundSlice);.......
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
You can partially work around this by inserting the following code at the beginning of your scripts, allowing use of much of the functionality of bind() in implementations that do not natively support it........
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TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
If you choose to use this partial implementation, you must not rely on those cases where behavior deviates from ECMA-262, 5th edition! With some care, however (and perhaps with additional modification to suit specific needs), this partial implementation may be a reasonable bridge to the time when bind() is widely implemented according to the specification........
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
Function.prototype.bind().......
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TITLE : cfg4j-sample-apps/files-bind at master 揃 cfg4j/cfg4j-sample-apps 揃 GitHub
ReksioConfig reksioConfig = configurationProvider.bind("reksio", ReksioConfig.class);.......
http://github.com/cfg4j/cfg4j-sample-apps/tree/master/files-bind
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