try...catchstatements. See "throw" on page 243 and "try...catch" on page 246.
inoperator returns true if the specified property is in the specified object; see "in" on page 269. The
instanceofoperator returns true if the specified object is of the specified object type; see "instanceof" on page 270.
java.lang.Objectare inherited by
JavaArray. In addition, the
JavaArrary.toStringmethod now calls the method
java.lang.Object.toString. See "JavaArray" on page 98.
JavaClassobject to a Java method which requires an argument of type
java.lang.Classinstead of creating a wrapper around an instance of
java.lang.Class. See "JavaClass" on page 102.
JSExceptionwith a detail message. The three original public constructors for the Java class
JSObject.equals. See "Comparison Operators" on page 256 and
evalindirectly could result in a runtime error. This change improves performance. See "eval" on page 214.
evalmethod is no longer available as a method of
Object; use the top-level
evalfunction instead. See "eval" on page 214.
argumentsarray is a variable and is no longer a property of
Functionobjects. This change improves performance. See "Function" on page 79 and "arguments" on page 85.
Function.arityproperty. It has been replaced by the
Function.lengthproperty. See "length" on page 92.
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