Data structures, at a high level, are techniques for storing and organizing data that make it easier to modify, navigate, and access. Data structures determine how data is collected, the functions we can use to access it, and the relationships between data.
- String. Strings are always declared through quotations:
- Boolean. Booleans are the logical values, either true or false .
String, Number, and Boolean are primitive data types….we will talk about all in sort points for more deep if you want to learn click (Here).
- Boolean Data Types.
- Null Data Types.
- Undefined Data Type.
- Number Data Type.
- BigInt Data Type.
- String Data Type.
|Value (aka Fraction/Mantissa)||Exponent||Sign|
|52 bits (0 – 51)||11 bits (52 – 62)||1 bit (63)|