You can access the constructor for an existing Enumerator object here.
You can use this as one way of creating Enumerator objects, although it is more popular to use the new Enumerator() technique.
This property is useful if you have an object that you want to clone, but you don't know what sort of object it is. Simply access the constructor belonging to the object you have a reference to.
Netscape provides constructors for many objects, virtually all of them in fact, even when it is highly inappropriate to do so. MSIE is far more selective and there are some occasions when you might wish for a constructor that MSIE does not make available.
On the Macintosh version of MSIE 5, this property yields a reference to the Date() constructor object. This is obviously a bug and renders the Enumerator unusable on this platform.