JavaScript Multiple choices


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Subject - JavaScript Frameworks
Subsubject - JavaScript

Which is not javascript types?


 

 

 

 



C


Solution:-

There's no such thing as an integer type in JavaScript, so you have to be a little careful with your arithmetic if you're used to math in C or Java. You can convert a string to an integer using the built-in parseInt() function.

JavaScript has only floating-point numbers. Integers appear internally in two different ways. Those operators convert their operands to 32-bit integers and return 32-bit integers. For the specification, integer only means that the numbers don't have a decimal fraction, and 32-bit means that they are within a specific range.




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