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Returns a string representing the platform of the browser. The specification allows browsers to always return the empty string, so don't rely on this property to get a reliable answer.
platform = navigator.platform
DOMString identifying the platform on which the browser is running, or
an empty string if the browser declines to (or is unable to) identify the platform.
platform is a string that must be an empty string or a string representing
the platform on which the browser is executing.
For example: "
FreeBSD i386", "
Most browsers, including Chrome, Edge, and Firefox 63 and later, return
"Win32" even if running on a 64-bit version of Windows. Internet Explorer
and versions of Firefox prior to version 63 still report
|HTML Standard (HTML)|
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