Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Saturday, May 09, 2015

A reference value (object) is an instance of a specifi c reference type. In ECMAScript, reference types are structures used to group data and functionality together and are often incorrectly called classes. Although technically an object-oriented language, ECMAScript lacks some basic constructs that have traditionally been associated with object-oriented programming, including classes and interfaces.

Reference types are also sometimes called object defi nitions, because they describe the properties and methods that objects should have.

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