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    Object

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    문법

    // Object initialiser or literal
    { [ nameValuePair1[, nameValuePair2[, ...nameValuePairN] ] ] }
    
    // Called as a constructor
    new Object([value])

    파라미터

    nameValuePair1, nameValuePair2, ... nameValuePairN
    Pairs of names (strings) and values (any value) where the name is separated from the value by a colon.
    value
    자바스크립트 모든 값이 허용.

    설명

    The Object constructor creates an object wrapper for the given value. If the value is null or undefined it will create and return an empty object, otherwise, it will return an object of a type that corresponds to the given value.

    I'm pretty sure the following is true. The only difference I can see according to the spec is that when called as a constructor, there are provisions to handle host objects differently than simply returning themWhen called in a non-constructor context, Object behaves identically.

    Properties

    For properties available on Object instances, see Properties of Object instances.

    Object.length
    Has a value of 1.
    Object.prototype
    Object 타입의 모든 객체에게 다른 속성들을 추가할 수 있게 한다.

    Methods

    For methods available on Object instances, see Methods of Object instances.

     
    Object.assign()
    Creates a new object by copying the values of all enumerable own properties from one or more source objects to a target object.
    Object.create()
    Creates a new object with the specified prototype object and properties.
    Object.defineProperty()
    Adds the named property described by a given descriptor to an object.
    Object.defineProperties()
    Adds the named properties described by the given descriptors to an object.
    Object.freeze()
    Freezes an object: other code can't delete or change any properties.
    Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor()
    Returns a property descriptor for a named property on an object.
    Object.getOwnPropertyNames()
    Returns an array containing the names of all of the given object's own enumerable and non-enumerable properties.
    Object.getOwnPropertySymbols()
    Returns an array of all symbol properties found directly upon a given object.
    Object.getPrototypeOf()
    Returns the prototype of the specified object.
    Object.is()
    Compares if two values are distinguishable (ie. the same)
    Object.isExtensible()
    Determines if extending of an object is allowed.
    Object.isFrozen()
    Determines if an object was frozen.
    Object.isSealed()
    Determines if an object is sealed.
    Object.keys()
    Returns an array containing the names of all of the given object's own enumerable properties.
    Object.observe()
    Asynchronously observes changes to an object.
    Object.preventExtensions()
    Prevents any extensions of an object.
    Object.seal()
    Prevents other code from deleting properties of an object.
    Object.setPrototypeOf()
    Sets the prototype (i.e., the internal [[Prototype]] property)

    Object instances and Object prototype object

    All objects in JavaScript are descended from Object; all objects inherit methods and properties from Object.prototype, although they may be overridden. For example, other constructors' prototypes override the constructor property and provide their own toString() methods. Changes to the Object prototype object are propagated to all objects unless the properties and methods subject to those changes are overridden further along the prototype chain.

    Properties

    Object.prototype.constructor
    Specifies the function that creates an object's prototype.
    Object.prototype.__proto__
    Points to the object which was used as prototype when the object was instantiated.
    Object.prototype.__noSuchMethod__
    Allows a function to be defined that will be executed when an undefined object member is called as a method.
    Object.prototype.__count__
    Used to return the number of enumerable properties directly on a user-defined object, but has been removed.
    Object.prototype.__parent__
    Used to point to an object's context, but has been removed.

    Methods

    Object.prototype.__defineGetter__()
    Associates a function with a property that, when accessed, executes that function and returns its return value.
    Object.prototype.__defineSetter__()
    Associates a function with a property that, when set, executes that function which modifies the property.
    Object.prototype.__lookupGetter__()
    Returns the function associated with the specified property by the __defineGetter__ method.
    Object.prototype.__lookupSetter__()
    Returns the function associated with the specified property by the __defineSetter__ method.
    Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty()
    Returns a boolean indicating whether an object contains the specified property as a direct property of that object and not inherited through the prototype chain.
    Object.prototype.isPrototypeOf()
    Returns a boolean indication whether the specified object is in the prototype chain of the object this method is called upon.
    Object.prototype.propertyIsEnumerable()
    Returns a boolean indicating if the internal ECMAScript DontEnum attribute is set.
    Object.prototype.toSource()
    Returns string containing the source of an object literal representing the object that this method is called upon; you can use this value to create a new object.
    Object.prototype.toLocaleString()
    Calls toString().
    Object.prototype.toString()
    Returns a string representation of the object.
    Object.prototype.unwatch()
    Removes a watchpoint from a property of the object.
    Object.prototype.valueOf()
    Returns the primitive value of the specified object.
    Object.prototype.watch()
    Adds a watchpoint to a property of the object.
    Object.prototype.eval()
    Used to evaluate a string of JavaScript code in the context of the specified object, but has been removed.

    Examples

    Example: Using Object given undefined and null types

    The following examples store an empty Object object in o:

    var o = new Object();
    
    var o = new Object(undefined);
    
    var o = new Object(null);
    

    Example: Using Object to create Boolean objects

    The following examples store Boolean objects in o:

    // equivalent to o = new Boolean(true);
    var o = new Object(true);
    
    // equivalent to o = new Boolean(false);
    var o = new Object(Boolean());
    

    Specifications

    Specification Status Comment
    ECMAScript 1st Edition. Standard Initial definition. Implemented in JavaScript 1.0.
    ECMAScript 5.1 (ECMA-262)
    The definition of 'Object' in that specification.
    Standard  
    ECMAScript 6 (ECMA-262)
    The definition of 'Object' in that specification.
    Release Candidate  

    Browser compatibility

    Feature Chrome Firefox (Gecko) Internet Explorer Opera Safari
    Basic support (Yes) (Yes) (Yes) (Yes) (Yes)
    Feature Android Chrome for Android Firefox Mobile (Gecko) IE Mobile Opera Mobile Safari Mobile
    Basic support (Yes) (Yes) (Yes) (Yes) (Yes) (Yes)

    See also

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