client-side language because it runs on the client’s side and not on the server. It develops websites with user interactivity and dynamic pages. It is an interpreted programming language and not the compiled one that means, an interpreter reads the code, interprets line one by one and then runs it.
Object Oriented Programming (OOPS) like Functions, Arrays, String, operators, Form Validation Cookie and Error Handling.
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