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var str = 'class ಠ_ಠ extends Array {constructor(j = "a", ...c) {const q = (({u: e}) => {return { [`s${c}`]: Symbol(j) };})({});super(j, q, ...c);}}' +
'new Promise((f) => {const a = function* (){return "\u{20BB7}".match(/./u)[0].length === 2 || true;};for (let vre of a()) {' +
'const [uw, as, he, re] = [new Set(), new WeakSet(), new Map(), new WeakMap()];break;}f(new Proxy({}, {get: (han, h) => h in han ? han[h] ' +
': "42".repeat(0o10)}));}).then(bi => new ಠ_ಠ(bi.rd));';
try {
eval(str);
} catch(e) {
alert('Your browser does not support ES6!')
}
/*
* All credits to Netflix for providing this approach to ES6 feature detection. Although this could be written in many different ways
* this proved to be the most direct and elegant approach for me.
* License: MIT
*/
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@davidbgk davidbgk commented Feb 1, 2017

See the related presentation especially the slide 59 where they set a cookie once the detection is done.

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