24 Multiple choice questions
- Actions that an object can perform.
- A programming language that responds to events, such as a Web page loading or a user clicking a Submit button
- Values that are common to a browser (arrays, dates, strings, etc) which neither depend on nor belong to another object.
- `The variable's value is available only in the function in which it is defined.
- Variables that hold numbers
- A reserved word with special meaning in a programming language.
- Variables that hold characters or a combination of letters, numbers or symbols.
- Location of a byte in a string of bytes, as defined by its position relative to the first byte in that string.
- Value given to a method.
- Attributes that describe an object's characteristics.
HTML tag that identifies a section of HTML code using the id attribute
so content of the tag can be set or defined by the use of the innerHTML
- A scripting language that uses built-in objects that belong to the browser.
variable is available for use anywhere inside the HTML file Web page.
Must be declared in the <script> section before any of the
- A keyword with a special meaning in a programming language.
- Variables that contain a date and time.
event-driven, object-based programming language that provides various
types of functionality to Web pages, such as the ability to interact
with the user.
- Variables that contain logical data that can be one of two values, such as True/False or Yes/No