• Friday , 15 November 2019

New Number Methods and Constants in JavaScript

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Numbers can be fickle in dynamic languages where type inference occurs. JavaScript has had some problems with this in the past, but with some of the new number methods, the language is starting to resolve these issues. In this video, we take a look at truncating numbers, as well as the Number.isNaN method for better “not a number” comparison.

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