YDKJS — Up & Going

Sibylle Sehl
Aug 17, 2018 · 6 min read
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Overview of basic JavaScript Concepts & Terminology

let a = b * 2;
let a = b * 2   // has 4 expressions
if(age > 18) {console.log(“You old enough to drive”);} else {console.log(“You need to have a few more birthdays until you’re    old enough to drive”);}
while (age < 18) {console.log(“I am still not an adult”);}
for (let i = 0; i ≤ 9; i++) {console.log(i);}// will output 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
function sayName() {console.log(“My name is Sibylle”);}
function sayName(name) {console.log(“My name is ” + name);}
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JavaScript Deep Dive

A collection of articles and posts on JavaScript diving…

Sibylle Sehl

Written by

Front-End Dev @brandung Berlin // MSc Computer Science Grad - University of Edinburgh //@freeCodeCamp 2018 Top Contributor // Passionate Problem-Solver

JavaScript Deep Dive

A collection of articles and posts on JavaScript diving deep into the inner workings of the language

Sibylle Sehl

Written by

Front-End Dev @brandung Berlin // MSc Computer Science Grad - University of Edinburgh //@freeCodeCamp 2018 Top Contributor // Passionate Problem-Solver

JavaScript Deep Dive

A collection of articles and posts on JavaScript diving deep into the inner workings of the language

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