Generator function objects created with a constructor are parsed when the function is created. That is less efficient than declaring a generator function with a
function* expression and calling it within your code, because such functions are parsed with the rest of the code.
All arguments passed to the function, except the last, are treated as the names of the identifiers of the parameters in the function to be created, in the order in which they are passed.
Note: generator functions created with a constructor do not create closures to their creation contexts; they are always created in the global scope.
When running them, they will only be able to access their own local variables and global ones, not the ones from the scope in which the
GeneratorFunction constructor was called.
This is different from using
eval with code for a generator function expression.
Invoking a generator function constructor as a function (without using the
new operator) has the same effect as invoking it as a constructor.