Hey Phil, Thanks for the comment. Yes, to my knowledge that is how inheritance is set up in javascript in some cases. You can also (as I did) set the prototype property to the “super” object which then gives the object inheriting from it the super’s functionality. It’s just about which object the prototype property (which is a template for the object that possesses the property) is pointing to.

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Systems Social Impact + Web3 Economics + Personal Development & Spirituality. Any questions? Hit me up afrench@designunity.one

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Systems Social Impact + Web3 Economics + Personal Development & Spirituality. Any questions? Hit me up afrench@designunity.one