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function test() {
  console.log(this);    // window

  function inner(){
    console.log(this);  // window

  }
  inner();
}

The this keyword inside the inner() function also refers to the Window object. This is because:

When a function is invoked as a function rather than as a method, the this keyword refers to the global object. Confusingly, this is true even when a nested function is invoked (as a function) within a containing method that was invoked as a method: the this keyword has one value in the containing function but (counterintuitively) refers to the global object within the body of the nested function.

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