Skip to content
Advertisements

Month: February 2019

Number.parseInt()

Number.parseInt()

The Number.parseInt () method is used to convert an array into an integer in JavaScript.

Number.parseFloat()

Number.parseFloat()

The Number.parseFloat () method is used to accept the javascripte array and convert it to a floating-point number.

Number.isNaN()

Number.isNaN()

The Number.isNaN () method checks whether the value to be checked is a number.

Number.isInteger()

Number.isInteger()

The Number.isInteger () method checks whether the value to be checked is an integer.

Number.isFinite()

Number.isFinite()

The Number.isFinite () method checks whether the specified value is finite. Returns "true" if the value to be checked is finite.

JavaScript Map

JavaScript Map

The JavaScript Get () method is a feature that is supported by ES6. The task of the Get () method is to store certain items.

JavaScript Set

JavaScript Set

The JavaScript Set object is a feature supported by ES6. The set object can store any value, whether primitive or objects. No value is returned to the Set property. If you've added an element of the same value, it won't add.