Thanks for the reply!
I think I understand what you mean. Dictionary mode is faster when you want
to use your object like a dictionary.
However, if I were to delete a property of some important prototype lots of
objects use, I'm guessing that would cause performance issues in the whole
On Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 12:01:55 AM UTC+2, Jakob Kummerow wrote:
> Probably not. There are exceptions, but I'm hesitating to be specific
> because these are internal implementation details that can and will change
> over time.
> Also, "fast" is relative. Dictionary mode exists because it is faster for
> some operations. Shape-tracked objects are faster for other situations. For
> complex use cases, it can be difficult to estimate which mode works better.
> On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 12:47 PM Greg Rosenbaum <life....@gmail.com
>> I understand that I delete an object from a property, i.e.:
>> delete obj.property
>> It will enter dictionary mode. If I do this only once, and the object is
>> used throughout the application, will it at some point become fast again?
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