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  • 3.1 object
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The Browser Object Model (BOM) is a browser-specific convention that refers to all of the web browser's objects. JavaScript can "interact with" the browser thanks to the BOM. The window object represents a browser window and all of its associated features.

A browser window is represented by the window object. The browser creates one window object for the HTML content and one additional window object for each frame if the document contains frames (iframe> elements).

The browser object model (BOM) is a collection of browser objects that may be used to alter the Web browser's functions and properties. The window object, navigator object, screen object, history, location object, and document object are all part of the BOM.

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