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Either IE9 does not have the string method 'slice' or it wants the string object to be explicitly created. More likely the second.

Definitely not the first, unless IE9 removed the function after IE's supported it for many years. (Of course, it IS Microsoft, so I wouldn't put it past them :) )

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