JavaScript Data Types

JavaScript Data Types

H1: JavaScript Data Types

  • H2: Introduction to JavaScript Data Types
  • H2: Primitive Data Types
    • H3: String
    • H3: Number
    • H3: BigInt
    • H3: Boolean
    • H3: Null
    • H3: Undefined
    • H3: Symbol
  • H2: Objects
    • H3: Object
    • H3: Array
    • H3: Function
    • H3: Date
    • H3: RegExp
    • H3: Map
    • H3: Set
  • H2: Typeof Operator
  • H2: Type Coercion
    • H3: Implicit Type Coercion
    • H3: Explicit Type Coercion
  • H2: Examples and Practice Questions

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Welcome to our JavaScript Data Types tutorial! JavaScript is a dynamically typed language, which means variables can hold values of any data type without specifying the type explicitly. However, understanding the different data types and how they behave is essential for writing efficient and error-free code.

In this tutorial, we’ll cover the various JavaScript data types, including primitive data types, objects, and the typeof operator. We’ll also delve into type coercion, both implicit and explicit, and how it affects your code. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have a thorough understanding of JavaScript data types and how to work with them effectively in your projects.