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Discussion on: Will `.at()` be something useful?

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Natalie Martin

I think it can be useful for functional programming. Since .at() is already a function it can be passed around where callbacks are expected, where as using standard [] needs to at least be wrapped into an arrow function. I think this usage would still be pretty rare though!

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Federico "Edo" Granata Author

I didn't even think about that. It's a good example but still an edge case.