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Summary

The following table lists JavaScript Objects.


Syntax

Objects

Language Element Description
Array Provides support for creation of arrays of any data type.
ArrayBuffer 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.
arguments An object representing the arguments to the currently executing function, and the functions that called it.
Boolean Creates a new Boolean value.
DataView Used to read and write different kinds of binary data to any location in the ArrayBuffer.
Date Enables basic storage and retrieval of dates and times.
Error An object that contains information about errors that occur while JavaScript code is running.
Float32Array A typed array of 32-bit float values.
Float64Array A typed array of 64-bit float values.
Function Creates a new function.
Global An intrinsic object whose purpose is to collect global methods into one object.
Int8Array A typed array of 8-bit integer values.
Int16Array A typed array of 16-bit integer values.
Int32Array A typed array of 32-bit integer values.
JSON An intrinsic object that provides two methods to convert to and from the JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format.
Math An intrinsic object that provides basic mathematics functionality and constants.
Number An object representation of the number data type and placeholder for numeric constants.
Object Provides functionality common to all JavaScript objects.
RegExp Stores information on regular expression pattern searches.
Regular Expression Contains a regular expression pattern.
String Allows manipulation and formatting of text strings and determination and location of substrings within strings.
Uint8Array A typed array of 8-bit unsigned integer values.
Uint16Array A typed array of 16-bit unsigned integer values.
Uint32Array A typed array of 32-bit unsigned integer values.

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