Updated June 7, 2023
- The syntax for the Java script apply function is like an object. property name.apply(obj, [“name1”, “name2”,….]) or function.apply (thisArg, [argsArray]). For the Java script call function, the syntax is like an object. property name.call(obj, “name1”, “name2”, ….) or function.call(thisarg, arg1, arg2, ….).
- Apply function’s array-like objects do not accept by browsers like Chrome and internet explorer, and sometimes it throws an exception. For the call function, this situation does not arise.
|Basis of Comparison
|In the Call function, we have to add an element to the list only.
|In the call function, the built-in functions cannot be used.
|The apply function can be used to call a function with a given value and arguments provided as an array.
|The call function does not have this feature.
|Apply function able to use variadic functions
|Call function is not able to use.