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The CCC Group is one of the largest and fastest growing of large companies in Europe which specializes in footwear trade as well as one of the largest footwear manufacturers in Europe . Thanks to its subsidiary S.A., the CCC Group is also the e-commerce leader on the footwear market in Central and Eastern Europe. The CCC Group operates nearly 1,000 stores, with the floor space exceeding 0.5 million m2, and is present in 19 countries in Europe and beyond . Fashionable and affordable products are offered to customers in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Germany, Serbia, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Romania and Estonia, Moldova, Greece and Sweden. CCC has its own factory of leather shoes, employs over 12,000 employees and sells nearly 50 million pairs of shoes annualy . Since 2004, CCC has been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange and is included in the WIG 20 index.

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JavaScript does not protect the property name ; thus, if the possibility exists that an object might have a property with this name, it is necessary to use an to get correct results.

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Using is the only reliable method to check for the existence of a property on an object. It is recommended that be used in many cases when iterating over object properties as described in the section on loops .

Note: It is not enough to check whether a property is . The property might very well exist, but its value just happens to be set to .

Just like the operator, the loop traverses the prototype chain when iterating over the properties of an object.

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Using for Filtering

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It is recommended to always use in ECMAScript 3 or lower, as well as in library code. Assumptions should never be made in these environments about whether the native prototypes have been extended or not. Since ECMAScript 5, makes it possible to define non-enumerable properties and to omit in application code.

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