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The Javascript date.getHours() method is used to return the hours from a given Date object according to the local time (a value ranging from 0… Read More
Any webpage that is loaded in the browser can be represented by the Document interface. This serves as an entry point to the DOM tree… Read More
In our previous article ReactJS | Props – Set 1 we had discussed props, passing and accessing props, passing props from one component to another,… Read More
The Javascript Array.from() method is used to create a new array instance from a given array. In the case of a string, every alphabet of… Read More
The Javascript Date object in JavaScript is used to represent a moment in time. This time value is since 1 January 1970 UTC (Coordinated Universal… Read More
In JavaScript, the includes() method determines whether a string contains the given characters within it or not. This method returns true if the string contains the… Read More
JavaScript SetTimeout and SetInterval are the only native function in JavaScript that is used to run code asynchronously, it means allowing the function to be… Read More
The date.getMonth() method is used to fetch the month(0 to 11) from the given Date object (0 represents the first month of the year). Syntax: … Read More
The JavaScript Date getMinutes() Method is used to fetch the minutes from the given Date object. Syntax:  DateObj.getMinutes() Parameter: This function does not accept any parameter. … Read More
The Browser Object Model (BOM) is a browser-specific convention referring to all the objects exposed by the web browser. The BOM allows JavaScript to “interact… Read More
JavaScript object.create() method is used to create a new object with the specified prototype object and properties. Object.create() method returns a new object with the… Read More
In Javascript(ES6), there are four ways to test equality which are listed below: Using ‘==’ operator Using ‘===’ operator SameValueZero: used mainly in sets, maps… Read More
The method is used to determine whether two values are the same or not. This takes two arguments which are the values to… Read More
The boolean.toString() method is used to return a string either “true” or “false” depending upon the value of the specified boolean object.  Syntax: boolean.toString() Parameter:… Read More
JavaScript object.isSealed() method is used to determine if an object is sealed or not. An object is sealed if all of the below-mentioned conditions hold… Read More

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