pub struct CallOptions<'a> { /* private fields */ }
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A builder for making a JavaScript function call like parseInt("42").

The builder methods make it convenient to assemble the call from parts:

let x: Handle<JsNumber> = parse_int
    .call_with(&cx)
    .arg(cx.string("42"))
    .apply(&mut cx)?;

Implementations

Set the value of this for the function call.

Add an argument to the arguments list.

Replaces the arguments list with the given arguments.

Make the function call. If the function returns without throwing, the result value is downcast to the type V, throwing a TypeError if the downcast fails.

Make the function call for side effect, discarding the result value. This method is preferable to apply() when the result value isn’t needed, since it doesn’t require specifying a result type.

Trait Implementations

Returns a copy of the value. Read more
Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more

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