The object referred to by the left operand is examined, and its type compared with the type of the object on the right. The object on the right should be an object with a constructor (that is, a class object) although this likely works with instances as well if they also have constructors inherited.
This operator yields the true value if both objects are of the same class, otherwise it is false.
Use with caution. Be aware that there are some bugs in the class instantiation of some objects in Netscape and MSIE. This may always not yield true when you expect it to.
This is not available for use server-side with Netscape Enterprise Server 3.
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