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The Object valueOf() method

Published Apr 22 2019

Called on an object instance, returns the primitive value of it.

const person = { name: 'Fred' }
person.valueOf() //{ name: 'Fred' }

This is normally only used internally by JavaScript, and rarely actually invoked in user code.



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