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Javascript Operators

Javascript Operators

JavaScript operators are used to assign values, compare values, perform arithmetic operations, and more. There are different types of operators for different uses. Here’s a list of JavaScript operators and a brief description of them. Arithmetic Operators Arithmetic operators are used to do math operations / calculations on numbers Operator Description + Addition – Subtraction * Multiplication / Division % Remainder of a division (10 % 3 = 1)10 can be devided by three, three times and 1 is what…

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JavaScript Comments

JavaScript Comments

Not all JavaScript statements are “executed”. Comments are lines of code that JavaScript will intentionally ignore. Commenting is a way that you can: Leave no to other developers. Describe what your code does. Leave notes to yourself for the future. Comment out a part of the Javascript code without deleting it. There are two ways to write comments in JavaScript: Single-line Comment Multi-line Comment Single Line Comments Single line comments start with  // ( two forward slashes).Anything you write after…

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JavaScript Syntax

JavaScript Syntax

In computer science, the syntax of a computer language (aka programming language ) is the set of rules that defines the structure of a programming language. And a computer programmer should follow these rules in order for the program to work. JavaScript syntax refers to a set of rules that determine how the language will be written (by the programmer) and interpreted (by the browser). Shortly, as a programmer, you have to follow some rules in order for the program…

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JavaScript Getting Started

JavaScript Getting Started

Before we begin, make sure that you have some working knowledge of HTML and CSS. If you don’t have, you can visit our HTML and CSS tutorials from the menu. What do I need to create JavaScript? You can create JavaScript using the same equipment/ tools you use when creating HTML and CSS. Which is: A Computer Text editor. For example, Notepad (for Windows), Pico (for Linux), or Simpletext (Mac) . Additionally you can use more advanced editors like Atom,…

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