Introduction to JavaScript – Variables: Review

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Introduction to JavaScript – Variables: Review

Introduction to JavaScript – Variables: Review

Great work! 😎 This lesson covered a lot of foundational skills that you will often use in your future programming endeavours.

Let’s review what we learned:

Introduction to JavaScript – Variables: Review


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