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Javascript Data Types

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    In JavaScript, a data type defines the type of value that can be stored and manipulated in a variable. It determines the behavior and operations that can be performed on that value. JavaScript has several built-in data types, including:

    1)  Primitive Data Types:
    ·     Number: Represents numeric values, both integers and floating-point numbers.
    ·     String: Represents a sequence of characters.
    ·     Boolean: Represents a logical value, either true or false.
    ·     Null: Represents the intentional absence of any object value.
    ·     Undefined: Represents an uninitialized or undefined value.
    ·     Symbol: Represents a unique identifier.

    2)  Complex Data Types:
    ·     Object: Represents a collection of key-value pairs, where values can be of any data type, including other objects, arrays, and functions.
    ·     Array: Represents an ordered list of values, where each value can be of any data type.
    ·     Function: Represents a reusable block of code that performs a specific task.

    It’s important to note that JavaScript is a dynamically typed language, which means that variables are not bound to a specific data type. The data type is inferred from the value assigned to the variable.

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