JavaScript: JavaScript is an object-oriented computer programming language commonly used to create interactive effects within web browsers.

Object: Objects are the basic building blocks of JavaScript. Many things in JavaScript are Objects. With JavaScript, you can name and create your own Objects.

Property: The named values in JavaScript objects are called Properties. Some examples of Properties:

Value: The details of a property are described in the Value. For example, the value of the property "firstName" might be "Jane." The table below shows you how Properties and Values can work together:

  • Property
  • firstName
  • lastName
  • age
  • eyeColor
  • Value
  • Jane
  • Smith
  • 11
  • Brown


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