in javascript , we can do ,


//how to do it with jquery

here is how to do it with jQuery:

$(document).ready(function() {
  // Get the current object
  var obj = $(this);

  // Write the object's toString() to the document

In this code, we first use the (document).ready()\ function to bind an event handler to the document. When the document is ready, the event handler will be called. In the event handler, we first get the current object using the (this)selector. We then use the.toString()method to get the object's toString() representation. Finally, we write the toString() representation to the document using thedocument.writeln() function.

The output of this code will be the toString() representation of the current object. For example, if the current object is a jQuery object, the output will be the toString() representation of the jQuery object.