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For some reason this doesn't seem to be working

I have the following JavaScript code here when i call db.save() i get the following error

db is not a constructor any ideas as to why.  

var db = {

  save: function()
  {
    console.log('saved');
  },
  
  get:function()
  {
   console.log('get');	 
  } 

}

db.save();

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stargateatlantis
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stargateatlantis
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Rainer JeschorCommented:
Hi,

first I think that in line 13 you are missing a ";".
Second, this code works on my local IE11.
Do you have any other code on your page?
Which browser?

HTH
Rainer
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stargateatlantisAuthor Commented:
for some reason it doesn't work with this

http://bootboxjs.com/

when you use the custom dialog
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