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8.3.3 Using Object Properties As Arguments

8.3.3 Using Object Properties As Arguments

When a function has more than three parameters, it becomes difficult for the programmer who invokes the function to remember the correct order in which to pass arguments. To save the programmer the trouble of consulting the documentation each time she uses the function, it can be nice to allow arguments to be passed as name/ value pairs in any order. To implement this style of method invocation, define your function to expect a single object as its argument and then have users of the function pass an object that defines the required name/value pairs. The following code gives an example and also demonstrates that this style of function invocation allows the function to specify defaults for any arguments that are omitted:

// Copy length elements of the array from to the array to. // Begin copying with element from_start in the from array // and copy that element to to_start in the to array. // It is hard to remember the order of the arguments. function arraycopy(/* array */ from, /* index */ from_start,

/* array */ to, /* index */ to_start, /* integer */ length) { // code goes here }

// This version is a little less efficient, but you don't have to // remember the order of the arguments, and from_start and to_start // default to 0. function easycopy(args) {

arraycopy(args.from, args.from_start || 0, // Note default value provided, args.to_start || 0, args.length);

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