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Encapsulate Your JavaScript: Keep Private Methods Private

JavaScript 1.2 supports some object-oriented principles such as encapsulation and prototype-based inheritance. You'll see how to create objects with private properties and methods.


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ne of the questions I hear asked most frequently is: Is JavaScript a true object-oriented language? There's no easy answer for the question. It certainly helps beginning JavaScript programmers to think of writing JavaScript in terms of objects, but that doesn't answer the question.

Problem: Is JavaScript a true, object-oriented language? If so, what OOP features does it support, and how can you use them?

Solution: JavaScript 1.2 supports some object-oriented principles such as encapsulation and prototype-based inheritance. You'll see how to create objects with private properties and methods.



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