How to Work with Numbers in Object-Oriented JavaScript?

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Numbers are a fundamental data type in JavaScript and can be manipulated in several ways in an object-oriented fashion:

  1. Mathematical operations: You can perform basic mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using the corresponding operator symbols (+, -, *, /).
  2. Number methods: JavaScript has several built-in methods for working with numbers, including parseInt() and parseFloat() for converting strings to numbers, toFixed() for rounding numbers to a certain decimal place, and toExponential() for converting a number to scientific notation.
  3. Number objects: In addition to the primitive number data type, JavaScript also has a Number object, which provides additional methods for working with numbers. For example, the Number.MAX_VALUE and Number.MIN_VALUE properties represent the maximum and minimum representable numbers in JavaScript, respectively.

Here is an example of using mathematical operations and number methods to work with numbers in JavaScript:

const a = 3;
const b = 5;
const c = a + b; // 8
const d = c.toFixed(1); // 8.0

console.log(c); // 8
console.log(d); // 8.0

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