[AskJS] Why are there $ and $$ functions ? (no, it's probably not jQuery)

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    That said it's not actually part of the spec. I don't believe. But we do end up using said response at times. I remember coding some polyfills for a Babel PR and one of the detections hinges around that Object.prototype.toString.call() result.

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