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Hey guys, in this javascript tutorial we’ll take a look at the Date object and what we can do with it! The date object in javascript returns back the current date by default, but parameters can be passed into the object to store either future or past dates in a variable.

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11 COMMENTS

  1. great,

    small participant : birthday not equal birthday2 . because birthday variable mapped to certain hex number like 0x125aa in memory and birthday2 mapped to hex like 0x125bb.

    so when you compare 0x125aa to 0x125bb definitely not equal 🙂

  2. thanks man, let me say that your teaching skills and explanations are awesome and so clear and understandable.. MASHALLAH 🙂

  3. There is no link down below for getting more information about dates. Please if you could give it 🙂 and many thanks for your tutorials. They are great!

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