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JavaScript Practice Object Interaction The Rough Plan Solution: Building Constructor Methods

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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Accessor methods (and backing properties) are used when a specific functionality is needed. Ordinary properties are a better choice when simple access is all that is required.