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what happening here in my code ?

hey when today i m revising javascript arrays i face a problem

// first code
var name = ["Ashish","Rohan"];
//alert display A as a name[0]

//second code
 var names=["Ashish","Rohan"];
//alert display Ashish as a name[0] what the reason for two distinct answers

1 Answer

Hi "name" is a reserved keyword in Javascript. You should avoid to use these for variable and function names. name is used as a property in javascript language. Thats why "names" worked correct and name not. This site might help you: http://www.w3schools.com/js/js_reserved.asp