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Discussion on: TC39/proposal-pipeline-operator Hack-style |> hijacks Grouping operator ( )

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Ken Okabe Author • Edited on

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Does the Hack-style pipe operator |> take precedence over grouping operator ( ) in order of operations in JavaScript? [closed]
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2 from myself to respond them.

Closed reason may be I said at the bottom of my answer:

Observing such a situation, the question arises:
Does the Hack-style pipe operator |> take precedence over grouping operator ( ) in order of operations in JavaScript?

What do you think?

In fact, you say I have a confusion, and the fact is not. I'm not confused at all, and I think you are confused.
To me, if the creation of the system as the syntactic sugar is not compatible with the general usage of the grouping ( ), it's a failure work, and the community should not accept such a thing.

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