How to use 'responseurl' in JavaScript

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302function responseURL() {
303 if ('responseURL' in xhr) {
304 return xhr.responseURL
305 }
307 // Avoid security warnings on getResponseHeader when not allowed by CORS
308 if (/^X-Request-URL:/m.test(xhr.getAllResponseHeaders())) {
309 return xhr.getResponseHeader('X-Request-URL')
310 }
312 return;

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