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#### JavaScript > JavaScript 6 - Comparisons and else if

Posted 08 August 2010

Welcome to Javascript 6 - Comparisons and else if. Let's delve right into comparisons. it's just an addition to the math signs and everything we've learned so far, you should catch on quickly. If you haven't, take this time to read Mini Lesson 1 - Advanced Variables. If you've done this, continue on, as the variables...

#### JavaScript > JavaScript 5 - If/Else Statements

Posted 06 August 2010

Welcome to Javascript 5 - If/Else Statements. In this lesson we'll finally combine nearly everything you've learned into one SUPER activity. In Javascript there is a thing called a block...

#### JavaScript > Mini-Lesson 1: Advanced variables and constants

Posted 03 August 2010

In the lesson 4, we talked about variables and gathered a person's name using a variable. Now, there's a more practical method of storing information, a constant. A constant is just like a variable, except a constant can never be changed, where as a variable can be changed anytime within the script. The proper syntax for a constant:
`...`

#### JavaScript > JavaScript 4 - Variables, Prompting, and parseInt()

Posted 02 August 2010

Welcome to Javascript 4 - Variables, Prompting, and parseInt(). First of all, let's start with explaining this: there are multiple activities in this lesson. First, let's explain variables...

#### JavaScript > JavaScript 3 - Comments and Basic Math

Posted 01 August 2010

Welcome to Javascript 3 - Comments and Basic Math. Javascript comments are very easy to use and learn. (In fact, this lesson may be the shortest in the whole series. That's how short it is.) In Javascript, comments are notes or, well, anything that is not used in code, but is written. Javascript is a...

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