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const. Variables can hold different data types, such as strings, numbers, booleans, and objects.
/), comparison operators (such as
>=), and logical operators (such as
while loops), and switch statements.
Parameters can be passed into a function to make it more flexible, and return statements can be used to return a value from a function. Anonymous functions are functions without a name, and can be assigned to variables or passed as arguments to other functions.
II. Object Properties and Methods
- Overview of object properties and methods
- Accessing and modifying object properties
- Calling object methods
III. Object Literals
- Introduction to object literals
- Creating object literals with key-value pairs
- Nested object literals
IV. Constructors and Prototypes
- Explanation of constructors and prototypes
- Creating objects with constructors
- Adding properties and methods to objects with prototypes
- Recap of the key points discussed in the blog post
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