Day: September 30, 2020

Comments and Syntax

JavaScript – Comments and Syntax

September 30, 2020

Comments in JavaScript Normally in JavaScript, the comments are treated as text between //. Multiple line comments are treated as the text between /* and */ Comments are required to make code understandable, we don’t have to think we are not only the coder, programmer & expert. If another engineer or developer check any part […]

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Variables, Naming Rules, and Syntax

JavaScript – Variables, Naming Rules, and Syntax

September 30, 2020

Variables and Naming Rules JavaScript variables can be used to hold values [e.g.: (x=10) or expression (a=b+c)].  Variable can have short names (like x and y) or more descriptive names (age, sum total volume)  JavaScript variables are declared using the keyword var.  Rule For Naming Variables Variable names must begin with a letter.  Variable names […]

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JavaScript in Head and Body

JavaScript – JavaScript in Head and Body Tag

September 30, 2020

JavaScript can be written inside the both <head> section and <body> section. Sometimes we need to write the JavaScript code in both sections to better understand or calling the different functions. While writing JavaScript code <head> and <body> section we have to use <script> tag for both. Here you can see an example where I […]

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JavaScript inside Body Tag

JavaScript – Put JavaScript inside Body Tag

September 30, 2020

JavaScript code can be placed inside the <body> and </body> tag of the HTML document. Using JavaScript code in the body section will be better for the loading of the web page or HTML document. We can put JavaScript code in the <head> section also but that will take more time to load the webpage. […]

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