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The difference between Call, Apply and Bind can be explained with below examples,
Call: The call() method invokes a function with a given
thisvalue and arguments provided one by one
Apply: Invokes the function with a given
thisvalue and allows you to pass in arguments as an array
bind: returns a new function, allowing you to pass any number of arguments
Call and apply are pretty interchangeable. Both execute the current function immediately. You need to decide whether it’s easier to send in an array or a comma separated list of arguments. You can remember by treating Call is for comma (separated list) and Apply is for Array.
Whereas Bind creates a new function that will have
thisset to the first parameter passed to bind().