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What the difference between null and undefined?

Commonly, we have got an error for undefined values. the value undefined means we declare a variable but never assigned a value to that variable. Because of that When we try to use that value it gives us undefined for that value. There is some more reason for getting undefined.

if we try to get a property from an object but there is no such property available then It gives us undefined for that property

suppose, we created an array with four elements. …


React is a JavaScript library. It’s not a Framework. But before Using it we need to know some basic concept on React. It will help us to understand React properly.

#1. What is Virtual DOM and How it works?

Sometimes we need to update our UI. In DOM API we have to think in a complex way to update the UI. But In React API(which convert to DOM API) we can easily update our UI. Because In DOM API the updates are created an effect on the whole DOM tree. On other hand, React saves the previous version of the UI DOM tree somewhere in memory. when we tell…


#1. How to use comments in javaScript development?

Comments are lines of code that JavaScript will intentionally ignore.
There are two ways to write comments in javaScript:
Using // will tell JavaScript to ignore the remainder of the text on the current line.
example:
// This is a single-line comment

using /*….*/ will tell JavaScript to ignore multiline texts.
example:
/*This is a
multi-line comment*/

Comments are a great way to leave notes to your self and to other people who will later need to figure out what a block of code does

#2. How to handle errors in JavaScript?

JavaScript has a syntax construct try…catch that allows us to “catch” error. The trycatch construct…


#1. parseInt() function:

JavaScript has some built-in functions for convert Strings into numbers. parseInt() function one of them. parseInt() function takes two arguments, the first argument is the String type number and the second argument is a radix or base number which is optional. the radix number starts from 2 to 32. The radix or base wise first argument is treated by parseInt() function. if the base is not given as the second argument then the first argument will be treated as decimal. if string argument is included with 0x. then parseInt() treat the argument as a hexadecimal

example:

parseInt(“0x100”) // this will…

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