Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Saturday, May 09, 2015

The nature of variables in JavaScript, as defined in ECMA-262, is quite unique compared to that of other languages. Being loosely typed, a variable is literally just a name for a particular value at a particular time.

Because there are no rules defining the type of data that a variable must hold, a variable’s value and data type can change during the lifetime of a script. Though this is an interesting, powerful, and problematic feature, there are many more complexities related to variables.

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