- Null – presents intentionally absent object values such as nothing or empty,
- Number – shows integer and fractional number values,
- String – presents a row of one or more characters combined with numbers, letters, and other symbols,
- Symbol – presents identifiers for each object in the code ,
- Boolean – assigns the true or false value,
- Object – used for storing data collections,
- Unknown – shows non-assigned values,
- It is lightweight
- It is object-oriented
- Complementary to HTML, Java, and other technologies
- It is a network-centric platform
|Object-oriented programming script||Object-oriented programming language|
- Inline, between a pair of <script> and </script> tags
- From an external file specified by the src attribute of a <script> tag
- In an HTML event handler attribute, such as onclick or onmouseover
link() – returns string embedded in an <a> tag
exec() – tests the match in the string
match() – used for matching a regular expression against a string
reduce() – reduces the array to a single value
round() – returns the value of a number rounded to the nearest integer
pop() – removes and returns the last element from an array
- What Is a Typed Language?
There are two types of typed languages: statically typed and dynamically typed languages.
In a dynamically typed language, the type checks occur when the program is executing. Furthermore, in this language, the variable can hold multiple types.
In a statically typed language, the type check happens before the program starts running.
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