.then(n => n+10)
.then(n => n*n)
.then(n => console.log(n));
May’s notes: 😏😏😏
May’s note: I wish I knew about this table when I first learnt JS. However, I have no ideas why the == table can be that strange.
Firebug is no longer maintained and there are other better debug tools (the built-in tool in chrome is good enough). When I started learning JS, Firebug was a breakthrough, but debug tools are a norm now.
Note: JS has nearly completed world domination.
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