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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript (2015) Prototypal Inheritance Building the Movie Object

michael daniel
michael daniel
6,288 Points

Movie.prototype = Object.create(Movie.prototype);?

In video at 00:35 /library/objectoriented-javascript/prototypal-inheritance/building-the-movie-object it shows movie.js line 6 as, Movie.prototype = Object.create(Movie.prototype);

It that right? Calling itself?

3 Answers

In mine, I see Movie.prototype = Object.create(Media.prototype)

michael daniel
michael daniel
6,288 Points

You are right!

My mistake.

Thanks for catching that.

No problem :)