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Accessor properties are inherited, just as data properties are, so you can use the object p defined above as a prototype for other points. You can give the new objects their own x and y properties, and they’ll inherit the r and theta properties:

var q = inherit(p); ...
            
        
			

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Cover of JavaScript: The Definitive Guide, 6th Edition

Note

var p = {
// x and y are regular read-write data properties.
x: 1.0,
y: 1.0,

// r is a read-write accessor property with getter and setter.
// Don't forget to put a comma after accessor methods.
get r() { return Math.sqrt(this.xthis.x + this.ythis.y); },
set r(newvalue) {
var oldvalue = Math.sqrt(this.xthis.x + this.ythis.y);
var ratio = newvalue/oldvalue;
this.x = ratio;
this.y
= ratio;
},

// theta is a read-only accessor property with getter only.
get theta() { return Math.atan2(this.y, this.x); }
};

var q = Object.create(p); // Create a new object that inherit...