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RE: Variables in JavaScript

in #palnet3 years ago

Very good. Perhaps not include the line numbers in your code sharing though.

Here's a test for do you swap the contents of these two variables?

var a = 1;
var b = 2;

// how would you make a = b and b = a?

Maybe this way?

var myNumber=2;
var myNumber=1;

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'a' and 'b' could contain anything, so we can't just assign a = 2, b = 1. Also in your answer, you have declared the variable name 'myNumber' twice. I don't think that is permitted in that context.

Here's the solution:

var a = 1;
var b = 2;

// swap 'a' and 'b'

var temp = a;  // contains 1
a = b;  // contains 2
b = temp;  // contains 1

Does that make sense?

I see... It's above my pay-grade, haha! Tomorrow I will pick up a book JavaScript for Kids I ordered from Amazon. Do you prefer to study from books or from online sources?

I study by driving head on into the problem!

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Does it hurt? Haha!

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I see... no numbering in code sharing?

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I think so. Because if someone copies and pastes the code snippet, they will have to remove the line numbers to get it to work.

Thanks for the tip again! I'm sorry I can't return the favor by teaching you anything new... You know everything I know...

That’s not true! You are the master of organ improvisation! I wish I could improvise even basic things 😢

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