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      JavaScript Arrays

      JavaScript arrays are written with square brackets.

      Array items are separated by commas.

      The following code declares (creates) an array called cars, containing three items (car names):


      var cars = ["Saab", "Volvo", "BMW"];

      Array indexes are zero-based, which means the first item is [0], second is [1], and so on.

      You will learn more about arrays later in this tutorial.

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