The global object is not a class, so the following global properties have individual reference entries under their own name. That is, you can find details on the undefined property listed under the name "undefined," not under "Global.undefined." Note that all top-level variables are also properties of the global object.
The global object is an object, not a class. The global functions listed below are not methods of any object, and their reference entries appear under the function name. For example, you'll find details on the parseInt( ) function under "parseInt( )," not "Global.parseInt( )."
The global object is simply an object, not a class. There is no Global( ) constructor, and there is no way to instantiate a new global object.
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