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6.8.2 The class Attribute

6.8.2 The class Attribute

An object’s class attribute is a string that provides information about the type of the object. Neither ECMAScript 3 nor ECMAScript 5 provide any way to set this attribute, and there is only an indirect technique for querying it. The default toString() method (inherited from Object.prototype) returns a string of the form:

[object class]

So to obtain the class of an object, you can invoke this toString() method on it, and extract the eighth through the second-to-last characters of the returned string. The tricky part is that many objects inherit other, more useful toString() methods, and to invoke the correct version of toString(), we must do so indirectly, using the method (see §8.7.3 ). Example 6-4 defines a function that returns the class of any object you pass it.

Example 6-4. A classof() function

function classof(o) {

if (o === null) return "Null";

if (o === undefined) return "Undefined";

return,-1); }

This classof()function works for any JavaScript value. Numbers, strings, and booleans behave like objects when the toString() method is invoked on them, and the function includes special cases for null and undefined. (The special cases are not required in ECMAScript 5.) Objects created through built-in constructors such as Array and Date have class attributes that match the names of their constructors. Host objects typically have meaningful class attributes as well, though this is implementation-dependent. Objects created through object literals or by Object.create have a class attribute of “Object”. If you define your own constructor function, any objects you create with it will have a class attribute of “Object”: there is no way to specify the class attribute for your own classes of objects:

classof(null) // => "Null" classof(1) // => "Number" classof("") // => "String" classof(false) // => "Boolean" classof({}) // => "Object" classof([]) // => "Array" classof(/./) // => "Regexp" classof(new Date()) // => "Date" classof(window) // => "Window" (a client-side host object) function f() {}; // Define a custom constructor classof(new f()); // => "Object"

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