Day 89 : #100DaysofCode - JS Objects & Fizzbuzz

sincerelybrittany profile image Brittany ・1 min read

Today I began to review Javascript objects and constructors via my bootcamp and FreeCodeCamp. I am almost halfway through the FreeCodeCamp lessons and hope to finish by tonight or tomorrow morning.

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Some notes that I took are:

Constructors are functions that create new objects. They help us to define properties and behaviors that will belong to a new object.

A sample constructor:

function Person(firstName, lastName) {
  this.firstName = firstName,
  this.lastName = lastName,
  this.age = 23


let sally = new Person()

The sally object is now an instance of the Person constructor. You can check this by running:

karen instanceof Person; // => false
sally instanceof Person; // => true
john instanceof Person; // => false

All objects have properties. Ownproperties are defined directly on the object instance itself. And prototype properties are defined on the prototype.

function Person(firstName, lastName) {
  this.firstName = firstName;  //own property
  this.lastName = lastName;  //own property

Person.prototype.age = 25; // prototype property

let will = new Person("Will, Smith");

I learned a lot about javascript objects and constructors and cant wait to learn more.

In addition, I was able to complete the FizzBuzz problem using Javascript. I plan to start to do more challenges and algorithms as I learn more.

As always, thanks for reading!


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