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In this chapter, we've learned about the primitive data types that are the basic building
blocks of all JavaScript programs: strings, numbers, Booleans, undefined and null. We've
also learned about variables and different methods for strings and numbers, as well as how
to convert between the two types. We finished by looking at the different logical operators
and ways of comparing values.
In the next chapter, we'll be looking at arrays, logic, and loops.
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