Enables and returns a reference to an Automation object. This object is supported in Internet Explorer only.
Provides support for creation of arrays of any data type.
Represents a raw buffer of binary data, which is used to store data for the different typed arrays. ArrayBuffers cannot be read from or written to directly, but can be passed to a typed array or DataView to interpret the raw buffer as needed.
An object representing the arguments to the currently executing function, and the functions that called it.
Creates a new Boolean value.
Used to read and write different kinds of binary data to any location in the ArrayBuffer.
Enables basic storage and retrieval of dates and times.
An intrinsic object that can send output to a script debugger.
Enables enumeration of items in a collection. This object is supported in Internet Explorer only.
A typed array of 32-bit float values.
A typed array of 64-bit float values.
Creates a new function.
An intrinsic object whose purpose is to collect global methods into one object.
A typed array of 8-bit integer values
A typed array of 16-bit integer values
A typed array of 32-bit integer values
Provides locale-specific string comparisons.
Provides locale-specific date and time formatting.
Provides locale-specific number formatting.
A collection of key/value pairs.
An intrinsic object that provides basic mathematics functionality and constants.
An object representation of the number data type and placeholder for numeric constants.
Provides a mechanism to schedule work to be done on a value that has not yet been computed.
Enables custom behavior for an object.
Provides methods for use in operations that are intercepted.
Stores information on regular expression pattern searches.
Contains a regular expression pattern.
A collection of unique values that may be of any type.
Allows manipulation and formatting of text strings and determination and location of substrings within strings.
Allows you to create a unique identifier.
A typed array of 8-bit unsigned integer values,
A typed array of 8-bit unsigned integers with clamped values.
A typed array of 16-bit unsigned integer values
A typed array of 32-bit unsigned integer values
Provides access to Visual Basic safe arrays.
A collection of key/value pairs in which each key is an object reference.
A collection of unique objects.
An error that originates in Windows Runtime functions and methods.