2010 02 25 ie scope
@jaffathecake has some more fun with IE. As we do.
window.window == window // true window.window === window // false window == document // true. wtf!
@filmaj says, “I think it’s because object equality implicitly calls toString(), and in IE most native DOM objects return just ‘[object]’ in toString(), whereas standard browser return something like ‘[object ClassName]’, which is probably why WebKit doesn’t do the same thing.”
Fuckin IE, eh.