In the beginning, there were no programming languages. Things were done with the binary code which has 0 and 1 and looks exactly like this:

111 1110 0100 - This represents 2020, the year that Utopia Educators was created.

Nowadays we have programming languages that make our life a lot easier such as:

-C
-C++
-Python
-JavaScript
-PHP
-C#

Today, in this article we are going to give you a brief introduction to JavaScript.

JavaScript was founded in 1995 by Brendan Eich. The first JavaScript public release was integrated into the Netscape Navigator 2.0.JavaScript is a high-level language that came with dynamic typing, class functions, object orientation and it's the main core of the World Wide Web.

## Values, Types, and Operators.

Inside the computer, there is only data which is represented by 0 and 1. You can read, create and modify data. They are a sequence of bits. For example, we can express the number 24 in bits using 0 and 1.

Since it's binary, the non-zero stand at  16 and 8 which adds up to 24.

### Numbers

They are so common in daily use, JavaScript uses 64bits to store just a value. Which means there is a way to represent endless numbers. Computers memory used to be smaller so people used groups of 8 and 16 to represent a number.

Types of numbers:

-Fractional-uses dot. (Ex:4.5)

For big numbers, you might also find this: 1.921e8 is a scientific notation(for exponent), which is followed by the exponent.

### Arithmetic

The best way to deal with numbers is arithmetic. There are arithmetic operators such as addition(+), multiplication(*), subtraction(-), division(/), but there is also a mod operator(%). By putting the operator between the numbers, it will show a new number. Example:

### Strings

The next data type is a string. With it you can represent basic text. They are usually written in quotes. Example:

"Utopia Educator is the best website"

"You should subscribe for more interesting articles"

The escaping character(/)which is followed by n, is mostly used  to go to a new line for example:

Input:

"Hello/nWorld"

Output:

"Hello"

"World"

### Boolean Operators

It distinguishes possibilities like yes or no. They are also called true or false or 1 and o.Example:

console.log( 40 >  2)

"True"

console.log(40 < 2)

"False"

Logical operators:

• &&(AND operator)The answer is true if the 2 of them are true.
• ||(OR operator)either of the value is true or false.
• !(NOT operator)it flips the value that is given.

## Functions

### Defining a function

A function definition is a regular binding where the value of the binding is a function.

Example:

### Nested scope

Blocks and functions can be created inside other blocks and functions, producing multiple degrees of the locality.

### Functions as values

The function binding usually simply acts as a specific piece of the program. Such a binding is defined once and is never changed. This makes it easier to confuse the function and its name.

### Closure

In closure, you can treat functions as types, combined with the fact that local bindings are re-created every time a function is called, which brings up an interesting question.

## Recursion.

It allows some functions to have different style.