As with most languages, JScript uses several fundamental kinds of data. Among these are numeric data and string data. A string is a block of text. There are several ways to enter this data in a JScript program. Data is often entered with literal expressions.
In This Section
- Array Data
Explains the concept of arrays in JScript and how to enter array data using array literals in a script.
- Boolean Data
Explains the concept of Boolean data and how to use either of its two literal values in JScript code.
- Numeric Data
Describes the difference between integral and floating-point data and how to enter numeric data in a script.
- String Data
Explains the concept of string data, its syntax, and the use of escape characters.
- Object Data
Describes the concept of object data in Jscript, its initialization and use.