JavaScript Object Type Coercion

Here's a post I wrote over at the Intrinsic blog, JavaScript Object Type Coercion. The following is an excerpt from the beginning of the post:

There are optional, user-definable methods which will be called when performing various actions upon JavaScript objects, such as coercing them into a primitive value, serializing their contents, or even logging them. In this post we’re going to look at these coercion situations and their corresponding methods.

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