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Using literals

Array literals

In JavaScript you can define an array like this:

var a = new Array();

A better pattern to do so is by using the array literal, basically a comma-delimited list of values, wrapped in square brackets:

var a = []; // array with no elements
var a = [1, 2, 3]; // array with three elements
var a = [[1, 2, 3], ['a', 'b', 'c']]; // array of two arrays

Object literals

Similarly, an empty object can be defined as:

var o = new Object();

A much better pattern is to use the object literal:

var o = {}; // empty object
var o = {p: 'one'}; // object with a "p" property
var o = { 
  prop: 1,  // a property
  meth: function() { // a method


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