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I don't understand the grammar of the following sentence. (The part in bold)

Note that it doesn't matter how the hello method becomes attached to the object in this form. Remember that we previously defined hello as a standalone function. Let's see what happens if we attach is to the object dynamically:

Source: https://yehudakatz.com/2011/08/11/understanding-javascript-function-invocation-and-this/, Member Functions section.

What I thought should be correct is this version:

Let's see what happens if we attach the object dynamically.

So could anyone clarify why my version is incorrect and/or why that version is correct?

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    It's clearly a typo of "Let's see what happens if we attach it to the object dynamically"
    – Kreiri
    Apr 18 '21 at 2:24
  • @Kreiri: :O sounds reasonable, I thought that was a special grammar about is to Verb...
    – Rain
    Apr 18 '21 at 2:29
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I think Kreiri is correct in their comment. This is a typo, and the correct sentence should be

Let's see what happens if we attach it to the object dynamically:

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  • Thank you for helping me confirm the information.
    – Rain
    Apr 18 '21 at 3:13

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