An Illustrated Journey Into Promised land
Tharun Mathew Paul

You made a distinction between calling the promise function twice Vs calling the method then twice. You emphasized that in the former case two distinct promises will be returned. But, that is also true if you execute then twice on the same promise. The only distinction I see is that (the callback in) then uses the original promise value as an argument to compute the new promise resolved value or throw an exception that will be the new pr0mise rejected value.

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