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What is meant by following lines if(typeof(Storage)!=="undefined") else {"your browser does not support local storage"}

3/29/2020 9:16:37 AM

Muhammad Awwab Khan

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For a javascript engine, this code means "syntax error"... But for an human it would be translated to this kind of correct code: if (typeof(Storage)!=="undefined") {} else { alert("your browser does not support local storage") } wich translated in human words means: "if object Storage exists do nothing, else display message to user", wich could be done less verbosely by: if (!Storage) { alert("your browser..." }