JavaScript Tutorial For Beginners #26 – Arrays



Hey guys, in this JavaScript tutorial I wanted to show you how to make arrays and how we store pockets of informations in them. Arrays can be (virtually) endless in the amount of pockets they can hold, certainly enough for any client side script.

The biggest indicator someone is using an array is the square bracket notation – [ ].

You can also create arrays using the ‘new’ keyword, but I prefer to use the square bracket method, just because it’s quicker and easier to assign values straight away.

As always, ask away with any questions :).

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