classical inheritance and prototypal inheritance

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      Explain the difference between classical inheritance and prototypal inheritance.

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      The great thing about JavaScript is the ability to do away with the hard rules of classical inheritance and let objects inherit properties from other objects.

      Classical Inheritance: A constructor function instantiates an instance via the “new” keyword. This new instance acquires properties from a parent class.

      Prototypal Inheritance: An instance is created by cloning an existing object that follows as a prototype. This instance often represented using a factory function or “Object.create()” can benefit from selective inheritance from many different objects.

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