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Sign in Sign up. Launching GitHub Desktop Go back. Launching Xcode Launching Visual Studio Latest commit 4af Sep 23, Who should probably back away from this book? And we know what your brain is thinking. How to make a statement Variables and values Back away from that keyboard!
Write directly into your document. Use the console. Directly manipulate your document.
A closer look at console. First, a high-level design A few more details Adding the hit detection code Hey, you sank my battleship! Provide some post-game analysis And that completes the logic!
Can we talk about your verbosity? Redoing the for loop with the post-increment operator Quick test drive Cubicle Conversation Continued Creating an array from scratch and adding to it Test drive the final report And the winners are A quick survey of the code Thinking about properties How to create an object What is Object-Oriented Anyway?
How properties work How does a variable hold an object? Inquiring minds want to know Comparing primitives and objects Initializing a primitive variable Initializing an object a reference variable Doing even more with objects Doing some pre-qualification Does the taxi cut it? Or, how to add behavior to your objects Improving the drive method Take the fiat for a test drive Uh oh, not so fast Guess what?
There are objects all around you! Getting to know the DOM In our last chapter, we left you with a little challenge. Meanwhile, back at the solar system Test driving the planets one last time So what else is a DOM good for anyway?
Serious types The truth is out there Comparing a number and a string. CASE 2: Comparing a boolean with any other type.
CASE 3: Comparing null and undefined. CASE 4: