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Code from Fun Fun Function YouTube episode: The 'new' keyword - Object Creation in JavaScript P3
function Person(saying) {
this.saying = saying
} = function() {
console.log('I say:', this.saying)
function spawn(constructor) {
var obj = {}
Object.setPrototypeOf(obj, constructor.prototype)
var argsArray = Array.prototype.slice.apply(arguments)
return constructor.apply(obj, argsArray.slice(1)) || obj
var crockford = spawn(Person, 'SEMICOLANS!!!1one1')
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@mpj wouldn't it make sense to call var argsArray = Array.prototype.slice.apply(arguments, [1]) instead since it binds and executes? I might be missing an important lesson here.

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