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    Represent Non-Primitive Types with TypeScript’s object Type

    TypeScript 2.2 introduced the object, a type that represents any non-primitive type. It can be used to more accurately type methods such as Object.create. Don't confuse it with the Object type or {}, the empty object type, though!

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