ES6 – BigInt Primitive Datatype

ES6 – BigInt Primitive Datatype

ES6 – Boolean Primitive Datatype

ES6 – Boolean Primitive Datatype

It’s quite often useful to have values where we can differentiate between True/False or Yes/No. Surprisingly JavaScript and mostly other programing languages have Boolean datatype which has either has true or false as a value.

ES6 – Number Primitive Datatype

ES6 – Number Primitive Datatype

JavaScript uses a fixed number 64 bits to store a single number value. This makes too many patterns available to create a number. Given 65 binary digits you can represent 10N numbers, this can represented as 264 different numbers.

ES6 – String Primitive Datatype

ES6 – String Primitive Datatype

JavaScript can store data as form of string datatype. strings are a sequence of letters, numbers or special characters. Single or Double quotes are used to store string datatypes.

ES6 – Difference between var, let & const

ES6 – Difference between var, let & const

ES6 – Variables and Datatypes

ES6 – Variables and Datatypes

Variables are fundamentals concept of every programing language. They are used to allocate space in memory to store information in form of so called “data” so later by referring to variable we can get its value.