But just to give you a preview, it'll be things like this. So I'll make two variables, I'll say, my first variable will be my location. And we'll assign it to Graz, that's a city in Austria. And we'll make a second variable, my other location, and we'll put in Los Angeles. So now we have two variables, once called My Location and the other called My Other Location. And now I can ask a question of Java Script.
So, that's why these are important. So, that's a look at what Booleans are, there true and false, and how they're important in terms of answering questions in your programs.
- Enabling Firebug and web inspectors
- Using a text editor
- Declaring and assigning a variable
- Booleans and the quest for truth
- Working with objects and arrays
- Using operators and control structures
- Iterating with loops
- Objects, references, and functions
- Understanding variable scope
Skill Level Beginner
Q: In "How to enable Firebug and web inspectors," at the Chrome Canary part, the author mentions going to the View menu, and then Developer. My Canary has no menu bar. The author uses a Mac, whereas I have Windows. How do I get to the same place?
A: Click the menu button at the top right of Chrome, select More Tools, and then choose Developer Tools.