Web Technologies - JAVASCRIPT

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Lession - #203 Javascript Const


Constants are block-scoped, similar as variables declared utilizing the let keyword. The value of a const can't be changed through reassignment (for example by utilizing the assignment opeartor>
, and it can't be redeclared (for example through a variable declaration>

Let's see an example

<!DOCTYPE html>

     const x = 16;
     document.write("The value of const variable x = " + x>
; </script> </body> </html>


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