Practice: Getting started with JavaScript

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Kris Hadlock

Date archived: May 15, 2019 | First published: November 01, 2011

The JavaScript language includes basic constructs that are commonly used in any script you write. Get the hands-on practice you need to store and retrieve values, create logic, iterate arrays, and write functions—all of which give you a foundation for writing custom code in JavaScript.

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