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Category Archives: JS++

Up until now, we’ve been declaring variables, looping over data, and writing ‘if’ and other conditional statements. These operations comprise the “imperative programming” paradigm where… Read More
In this chapter, we’re going to explore JavaScript programming styles and how developers worked with types in JavaScript (rather than JS++). This chapter will help… Read More
RGBtoHex: Using JavaScript from JS++ We’re going to create two files, a JavaScript file and a JS++ file, to introduce how they interact together. We’re… Read More
In the course of a writing a computer program, you will often need to group multiple elements together into a collection of some form. JS++… Read More
Modules provide a way to organize code and divide an application into smaller parts. For example, a personal computer can be divided into keyboard, mouse,… Read More
It often happens in computer programming that you want a piece of code to execute more than once. Loops are programming statements that allow you… Read More
Conditional statements of various kinds play a central role in JS++. In this tutorial, we will look at the basic syntax and some common uses… Read More
A function is a section of code which contains a set of instructions, where the instructions describe how a particular task is to be accomplished.… Read More
In this tutorial, we will introduce variables in JS++. Let’s start with an example. Create a new folder and name it “Variables”. Then create a… Read More
In this tutorial, you’ll write your first JS++ program. The program’s purpose will be to get an HTML document to display “Hello World!” when opened… Read More
To use JS++, the first step is to install it on your computer. Go to the JS++ home page at www.onux.com/jspp and click on the… Read More

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