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In typescript, an array is a data type that can store multiple values of different data types sequentially. Similar to JavaScript, Typescript supports array declaration… Read More
TypeScript: It is an open-source pure object-oriented programming and compiled language which is developed and maintained by Microsoft. It has been influenced by JavaScript, Java,… Read More
ELM: Elm is a purely functional domain-based programming language used for front end web development. Its syntax is different from what we have been doing… Read More
What is Typescript ? TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript, a statically aggregated language to compose straight forward JavaScript code. TypeScript gives discretionary static composing,… Read More
Starting from the very basic, Typescript is Microsoft’s open-source project which could be referred to as the superset of JavaScript. So, at the time of… Read More
Typescript is a pure object-oriented programming language that consists of classes, interfaces, inheritance, etc. It is strict and it statically typed like Java. Interfaces are… Read More
1. ECMAScript 6 (ES6) : ES6 is also known as ECMAScript 2015 as it is released in 2015. Its class allows the developers to instantiate… Read More
The valueOf() method in TypeScript is used to return the primitive value of the specified number object.Syntax: number.valueOf() Parameter values: This method does not accept… Read More
In vanilla JavaScript, there are two primary data types, null and undefined. Previously in TypeScript, it was not possible to explicitly name these types as… Read More
What is TypeScript? TypeScript is a free as well as an open-source programming language which was developed and is maintained by Microsoft. It actually provides… Read More
The Array.slice() is an inbuilt TypeScript function which is used to extract a section of an array and returns a new array.Syntax: array.slice( begin [,end]… Read More
The Array.splice() is an inbuilt TypeScript function which is used to change the content of an array, adding new elements while removing old elements.Syntax:  array.splice(index,… Read More
The toLowerCase() is an inbuilt function in TypeScript which is used to convert the characters within a string to lowercase. Syntax: string.toLowerCase( ) Parameter: This… Read More
The Array.toString() is an inbuilt TypeScript function that is used to get a string representing the source code of the specified array and its elements. … Read More
The Array.reverse() is an inbuilt TypeScript function which is used to reverses the element of an array.  Syntax: array.reverse();  Parameter: This methods does not accept any… Read More

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