[AskJS] Who first used the term "spread operator" re spread syntax ...?

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  • proposal-object-rest-spread

    Discontinued Rest/Spread Properties for ECMAScript

  • I located first usages of "spread operator" in January 2009, and also in the language in the TC39 proposal itself - even though MND has changed the name of the content from "Operator" to "Syntax" https://github.com/tc39/proposal-object-rest-spread

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  • chrome v8 commits referring to spread operator one of them: https://github.com/v8/v8/commit/93b3397e52d3faf38059718de335027e57b9690d

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