- On Feb 10, 6:36 am, esquifit <esqui...@...> wrote:
> that's why they are not highlighted.
> These are methods of native objects of the host environment in which
> distinguishes among native, built-in and host objects. The DOM Objects
> (for example the window object) in a browser environment is an example of
> host object; they don't belong to the language itself. Consequently they
> called slice. I'd expect it to be highlighted. It is however possible for
> syntax file cannot decide whether a particular variable represents a
> native, a user-defined or a host object and for this reason the word is not
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