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JavaScript from Null: Chapter 2

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Continuing on from chapter one, we'll now take things a step further as we learn about primitive datatypes, operators, if statements, and naming conventions.

In this Screencast, you'll Learn:

  • camelCase naming
  • Primitive data types: String, Number, Boolean
  • Difference between = and ===, and != and !==
  • How a string can have methods available to it, like toUpperCase() and length.
  • If statements.
  • JavaScript native functions: parseFloat, and encodeURIComponent
  • Basic Math operations
  • Incrementing numbers

Chapter 2: Data Types

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