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Spencer Killen

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Using an object literal {}does not in fact invoke the Object constructor and is usually a tiny bit faster than using new Object(),

[[prototype]] refers to the hidden property in every object, .__proto__ which refers to the objects prototype
By default object literals inherit directly from Object.prototype

The constructor property isn't something to rely on being there either because it's not created in Object.create() or if you assign a new object to a constructors prototype property
Nope 'document.write() can be called even after the page is full loaded, you can prove this by executing it in the console F12 in google chrome, I believe the browser will read everything in the head content and parse it and then start reading from the body parsing/displaying/executing it while it comes