Konstruktor Function tworzy nowy obiekt Function(tworzy funkcję poprzez konstruktor). W JavaScripcie właściwie każda funkcja jest obiektem Function.


new Function ([arg1[, arg2[, ...argN]],] functionBody)


arg1, arg2, ... argN
Names to be used by the function as formal argument names. Each must be a string that corresponds to a valid JavaScript identifier or a list of such strings separated with a comma; for example "x", "theValue", or "a,b".
A string containing the JavaScript statements comprising the function definition.


Function objects created with the Function constructor are parsed when the function is created. This is less efficient than declaring a function with a function expression or function statement and calling it within your code, because such functions are parsed with the rest of the code.

All arguments passed to the function are treated as the names of the identifiers of the parameters in the function to be created, in the order in which they are passed.

Note: Functions created with the Function constructor do not create closures to their creation contexts; they always are created in the global scope. When running them, they will only be able to access their own local variables and global ones, not the ones from the scope in which the Function constructor was called. This is different from using eval (en-US) with code for a function expression.

Wywołanie konstruktora Function jako funkcję (bez użycia operatora 'new') ma taki sam efekt jak wywołanie konstruktora(z operatorem).

Właściwości i metody Function

The global Function object has no methods or properties of its own, however, since it is a function itself it does inherit some methods and properties through the prototype chain from Function.prototype (en-US).

Function prototype object


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Function instances

Function instances inherit methods and properties from Function.prototype (en-US). As with all constructors, you can change the constructor's prototype object to make changes to all Function instances.


Przykład: Specifying arguments with the Function constructor

Poniższy przykład tworzy obiekt Function(tworzy funkcję poprzez konstruktor), który przyjmuje dwa argumenty.

// Przykład może być uruchomiony bezpośrednio w konsoli JavaScript

// Tworzy funkcję, która przyjmuje dwa argumenty i zwraca ich sumę
var adder = new Function('a', 'b', 'return a + b');

// Wywołanie funkcji
adder(2, 6);
// > 8

Argumenty "a" i "b" są formanie nazwami argumentrów, które są użyte w ciele funkcji, "return a + b".

Przykład: A recursive shortcut to massively modify the DOM

Creating functions with the Function constructor is one of the ways to dynamically create an indeterminate number of new objects with some executable code into the global scope from a function. The following example (a recursive shortcut to massively modify the DOM) is impossible without the invocation of the Function constructor for each new query if you want to avoid closures.

<!doctype html>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
<title>MDN Example - a recursive shortcut to massively modify the DOM</title>
<script type="text/javascript">
var domQuery = (function() {
  var aDOMFunc = [

  function setSomething(bStyle, sProp, sVal) {
    var bSet = Boolean(sVal), fAction = aDOMFunc[bSet | bStyle << 1],
        aArgs =, 1, bSet ? 3 : 2),
        aNodeList = bStyle ? this.cssNodes : this.nodes;

    if (bSet && bStyle) { aArgs.push(''); }
    for (
      var nItem = 0, nLen = this.nodes.length;
      nItem < nLen;
      fAction.apply(aNodeList[nItem++], aArgs)
    this.follow = setSomething.caller;
    return this;

  function setStyles(sProp, sVal) { return, true, sProp, sVal); }
  function setAttribs(sProp, sVal) { return, false, sProp, sVal); }
  function getSelectors() { return this.selectors; };
  function getNodes() { return this.nodes; };

  return (function(sSelectors) {
    var oQuery = new Function('return arguments.callee.follow.apply(arguments.callee, arguments);');
    oQuery.selectors = sSelectors;
    oQuery.nodes = document.querySelectorAll(sSelectors);
    oQuery.cssNodes =, function(oInlineCSS) { return; });
    oQuery.attributes = setAttribs;
    oQuery.inlineStyle = setStyles;
    oQuery.follow = getNodes;
    oQuery.toString = getSelectors;
    oQuery.valueOf = getNodes;
    return oQuery;


<div class="testClass">Lorem ipsum</div>
<p>Some text</p>
<div class="testClass">dolor sit amet</div>

<script type="text/javascript">
  .attributes('lang', 'en')('title', 'Risus abundat in ore stultorum')
  .inlineStyle('background-color', 'black')('color', 'white')('width', '100px')('height', '50px');





Specification Status Comment
ECMAScript 1st Edition. Standard Initial definition. Implemented in JavaScript 1.0.
ECMAScript 5.1 (ECMA-262)
The definition of 'Function' in that specification.
ECMAScript 2015 (6th Edition, ECMA-262)
The definition of 'Function' in that specification.

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