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Hello,

I found that different chapters are using different JS styles. For instance chapter 7, 8, 9, and 10 use more ES2015 (ES6) style, and chapter 2 - ES5. Are there any plans to update code to one common ES2015 style?

Keep up a good work.

Sincerely,
Vlad.
I created an example to run benchmark and using "combining" is faster than using "composing".

You can see an example at http://codepen.io/vlad-bezden/pen/QEggQq?editors=0012

That means that iterator runs every time for each method (filter, map, ...)

The result is

"Took, 1040.8300 milliseconds. Result 166666333333 by using independent filters"
"Took, 551.2400 milliseconds. Result 166666333333 by using combined filters"
Hi Mark,

Thank you for your reply. Indeed it's interesting question and the only way to know how it behaves is to look at source code, or run a test. I might do some benchmark tests to be sure.
So is this going to be O(2n) using multiple filters versus O(n) with combined one filter?
Hi,

I'm reading first chapter and I really enjoy reading it.

I have a question. Combining vs Composition. In combining looks to me we have only one function that applied to set of items and while loop (page 23) runs only once. However when we have composition of filters (page 24) don't we run two times? First one for

filter (expenses, isLodging)


and second one result of the first filter throu

filter (..., isCash)


which will be translated to:

filter(filter(expenses, isLodging), isCash)


and that means that we will iterate over data two times.

Am I missing something?

Keep up a good work.