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  1. Actions that an object can perform.
  2. A programming language that responds to events, such as a Web page loading or a user clicking a Submit button
  3. Values that are common to a browser (arrays, dates, strings, etc) which neither depend on nor belong to another object.
  4. To join or link together - in JavaScript the symbol for concatenation is the plus sign.
  5. `The variable's value is available only in the function in which it is defined.
  6. Variables that hold numbers
  7. A reserved word with special meaning in a programming language.
  8. Variables that hold characters or a combination of letters, numbers or symbols.
  9. Location of a byte in a string of bytes, as defined by its position relative to the first byte in that string.
  10. Value given to a method.
  11. Attributes that describe an object's characteristics.
  12. An 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 property.
  13. A scripting language that uses built-in objects that belong to the browser.
  14. The variable is available for use anywhere inside the HTML file Web page. Must be declared in the <script> section before any of the user-defined functions.
  15. A keyword with a special meaning in a programming language.
  16. Variables that contain a date and time.
  17. JavaScript code written by a Web developer to perform a particular task.
  18. JavaScript's way to associate an action with a function.
  19. JavaScript code that is written to perform tasks repeatedly.
  20. JavaScript variables that do not have to be assigned as initial specific data type as in other programming languages.
  21. An event-driven, object-based programming language that provides various types of functionality to Web pages, such as the ability to interact with the user.
  22. JavaScript statement which uses the new keyword and assigns the built-in object to a variable.
  23. Variables that contain logical data that can be one of two values, such as True/False or Yes/No
  24. JavaScript has four: numeric, string, date, or Boolean.