These numbers can change according to circumstances such as the approach one takes to learn this language, what tips they follow during the process and from which sources they learn it. It depends on the number of hours you’re willing to dedicate to the process.
- Numbers on which arithmetic operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication or division can be performed. For example, 5,6,7,8,9 etc.
- Boolean is a type of data that consists of not more than two values. For example, right or wrong.
- A string is a type of sentence that is long or a paragraph that is short in length. These long sentences can be identified by noticing the fact that they are found between quotes, whether single or double and even backticks.
- An array is data that consists of a group that is separated from each other with the help of a comma. For example, pencil, eraser, sharpener, school bag, etc.
- An object is a type where you will find a group of data but in the form of ‘key: value’ where the key is a string and the value includes an object.
- Null refers to the scenario where there is no value. It might hold value, but it is not known that it would be real.
Are You Familiar With Other Computer Languages?
The duration you will spend learning the language is directly related to why you are learning the language. If you are learning it to be used in a professional setting and you must know it thoroughly for specific job requirements, then the pressure on you will increase, and you will tend to spend more hours learning and practising it.
If you are learning it just because you want to increase your knowledge and take advantage of the free time you have, then even not rushing the learning process would help you. You can practise it and learn it in the time duration that you set for yourself, and once you are sure of the fact that you know the language well, then you will be ready to go.
How Dedicated Are You to Learning the Language?
Online Coding Courses/Bootcamps
Self Help Books
When have books never helped? The answer is rarely! Books are guides that can help us explain concepts through short paragraphs and give examples to learn the concept better. Also, books are easy to carry, and you can carry them wherever you go and read them whenever you have time. This helps us keep concepts fresh in our minds and gives us a chance to revise them repeatedly.
- You Don’t Know JS by Kyle Simpson
- Free Code Camp
- Traversy Media
- Clever Programmer
- Great Learning
- You must try writing down codes after understanding them. You must dedicate at least half an hour to writing down these codes that you have learnt. This will help you to keep the codes fresh in your mind for quite some time. The more you write the codes, the later you will forget them.