detached accessor property of
ArrayBuffer instances returns a boolean indicating whether or not this buffer has been detached (transferred).
detached property is an accessor property whose set accessor function is
undefined, meaning that you can only read this property. The value is
false when the
ArrayBuffer is first created. The value becomes
true if the
ArrayBuffer is transferred, which detaches the instance from its underlying memory. Once a buffer becomes detached, it is no longer usable.
const buffer = new ArrayBuffer(8); console.log(buffer.detached); // false const newBuffer = buffer.transfer(); console.log(buffer.detached); // true console.log(newBuffer.detached); // false
|ArrayBuffer transfer |
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