02 - Statements
03 - Arithmetic operators
Five different arithmetic operators, concretely +, -, * , / and % (modulo) are introduced.
04 - More functions and local vs global variables/scope
Functions to add and multiply two variables are created and called. Furthermore, the difference between local and global variables and their accessibility is illustrated.
05 - Arrays and objects
During this step, the concept and manipulation of arrays and objects are illustrated.
06 - Loops and iteration
Functionalities in order to iterate and thus execute source code over and over again are illustrated in form of the for-loop, the while-loop, and the do-while-loop. Additionally, an example for the iteration over an array collection is demonstrated.
07 - Branching source code using conditional statements
Using the if-else statement, the switch-statement as well as the conditional operator, different possibilities to branch source code are illustrated, helping the user to react on dynamic conditions directly.
08 - Relational and logical operators
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