Required. The variable name to which the Object object is assigned.
The Object Object was introduced in Internet Explorer before Internet Explorer 6. Some members in the following lists were introduced in later versions.
The following table lists functions of the Object Object.
Copies the values from one or more source objects to a target object.
Creates an object that has a specified prototype, and that optionally contains specified properties.
Adds one or more properties to an object, and/or modifies attributes of existing properties.
Adds a property to an object, or modifies attributes of an existing property.
Prevents the modification of existing property attributes and values, and prevents the addition of new properties.
Returns the definition of a data property or an accessor property.
Returns the names of the properties and methods of an object.
Returns the symbol properties of an object.
Returns the prototype of an object.
Returns a value that indicates whether two values are the same value.
Returns a value that indicates whether new properties can be added to an object.
Returns true if existing property attributes and values cannot be modified in an object and new properties cannot be added to the object.
Returns true if existing property attributes cannot be modified in an object and new properties cannot be added to the object.
Returns the names of the enumerable properties and methods of an object.
Prevents the addition of new properties to an object.
Prevents the modification of attributes of existing properties, and prevents the addition of new properties.
Sets the prototype of an object.
The following table lists methods of the Object Object.
Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether an object has a property with the specified name.
Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether an object exists in another object's prototype hierarchy.
Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether a specified property is part of an object and whether it is enumerable.
Returns an object converted to a string based on the current locale.
Returns a string representation of an object.
Returns the primitive value of the specified object.