JavaScript Basics (Part 2)

Continuing on with yesterdays JavaScript learnings, and continuing to make notes for myself so that I can later refer to them:

JavaScript uses camel-case and it is recommended that camel-case is used for variable names. e.g. firstName, surName, emailAddress.

Like Python, JavaScript can concatenate words and letters whilst dealing with strings.

Like Python, JavaScript can use mathematical operators such as;

/ Division

* Multiplication

+ Addition

– Subtraction

JavaScript refers to a webpage as a document, and can be used to edit the content of the document so it is not static. JavaScript can be used to get the elements of a website i.e. by their element ID, such as document.ElementById() and then update the individual element.

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