Strings are an essential part of programming, so let's now learn about an easy way to build strings using something called Template Literals. Let's start this by creating a new variable with some random person data; in this case, I will use my details. const firstName = 'Akhil'; const secondName = 'Naidu';
In this post, we are going to talk about the precedence of operators. I want to demonstrate it with one of our previous codes. Also, in a typical math course, you might have come across bracket notation and BODMAS rules for solving various problems, but in a programming language, how
Let's start by defining what an Operator is. An Operator allows us to transform values or combine multiple values and do all kinds of work with values. And there are many categories of Operators like Mathematical Operators, Comparison Operators, Logical Operators, Assignment OperatorsAnd many more. In this post, let's look
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In the last few lectures, we discuss Values & Variables and Convention and Rules for naming Variables. Values can have different types in every programming language, depending on the kind of data we want them to hold. And we already saw strings and numbers but there are more data types.
As we discussed previously, variables are instrumental in any programming language and without variables, I would have to change the value everywhere manually. But with variables everywhere we reference the variable, it will automatically get adjusted to the new and updated value. For a detailed introduction of variables, you can