In this tutorial, we will learn the difference between string primitives and the String object, how strings are indexed, how to access characters in a string, and common properties and methods used on strings.
This tutorial covers what variables are, how to declare and name them, and also take a closer look at the difference between var, let, and const. It also goes over the effects of hoisting and the significance of global and local scope to a variable’s behavior.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to create arrays; how they are indexed; how to add, modify, remove, or access items in an array; and how to loop through arrays.
This tutorial will go over methods that will concatenate arrays, convert arrays to strings, copy portions of an array to a new array, and find the indices of arrays.
In programming, there will be many occasions in which you will want different blocks of code to run depending on user input or other factors. As an example, you might want a form to submit if each field is filled out properly, but you might want to prevent that form from…
Automation is the technique of making a system operate automatically; in programming, we use loops to automate repetitious tasks. Loops are one of the most useful features of programming languages, and in this this article we will learn about the while and do…while…
A function is a block of code that performs an action or returns a value. Functions are custom code defined by programmers that are reusable, and can therefore make your programs more modular and efficient. In this tutorial, we will learn several ways to define a…
this is a reference to an object. In this article, you’ll learn what
this refers to based on context, and you’ll learn how you can use the
apply methods to explicitly determine the value of
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