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Wing Sun Cheung4,933 Points
Instead of using a closure, why not use a computed property?
From refactoring our code, howcome Pasan choose to initialize the property using a closure instead of a computed property? Since the closure is executed DURING the object initializing, and we need to add in the
lazy keyword, isn't this a roundabout why to achieve what we want to achieve? Why not just have a computed property?
Is it because since computed properties are executed every time you refer to it and closure are executed only once(?), for that reason, we use closures because it would be more efficient to choose the closure path.
David Lin35,863 Points
Here's a SO post that might help: Difference between computed property and property set with closure