- The history object is part of the window object, and contains the URLs visited by the user (within a browser window).
It contains useful methods and properties that let you move back and forth through the user's history, and manipulate the contents of the history stack.
- Syntax:


• The history object has two properties: length and state.
window.history.length - returns the number of URLs in the history list.
window.history.state - returns the object added in history with pushState() or replaceState().

Methods of the history object

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The history object

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