Looking through the DOM and HTML standards I have seen several implicit 
references to the current document object using the identifier "document". But 
I do not see a guarantee within the standards that the browser will provide an 
object called "document" containing the current document object (irrespective 
of the fact that this does seem to be the case in practice). So I'm wondering 
if this convention actually is codified as a standard, or whether it remains a 
de facto standard only.

Thanks for your answers.-Kevin

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