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Post by Marie Mehy on November 16, 2013

Thanks very much Mr. Hillstrom, great lessons!

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Post by Douglas Cassin on November 17, 2012

The reverse() method doesn't just display the array elements in reverse order. It, actually, reverses the order of the elements in the array. Correct?

I agree with Michael Mattelig. Sample code should be available, on the website, for download. With programming, there are concepts and syntax. It's much
easier to learn the concepts if you're not spending a lot of time getting the quirky syntax just right.

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Post by Jorge Guerrero on April 1, 2012

Thank you for this course, Prof. Hillstrom.

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Last reply by: Jorge Guerrero
Sun Apr 1, 2012 3:02 PM

Post by Michael Mattelig on March 5, 2012

the last couple of lessons contained some pretty technical code. would have been nice to have had some download examples to study more throughly.


  • An Array is a JavaScript object that can hold multiple values
  • An Array is similar to a table or grid of data
  • Values stored in Arrays are called “elements”
  • All elements are indexed with a numbering system that starts with zero
  • There are three ways to declare an array: Regular, Condensed, and Literal
  • The “Push” and “Pop” methods add or remove elements of an array


Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • What is an Array? 0:09
    • Defining an Array
  • Declaring an Array 1:30
    • Declaring an Array
  • Regular Array Syntax 1:47
    • Regular Array Syntax
  • Condensed Array Syntax 2:35
    • Condensed Array Syntax
  • Literal Array Syntax 3:08
    • Literal Array Syntax
  • Push and Pop 3:30
    • Push and Pop Methods
  • Example 1: Array Creation 4:18
  • Example 2: Array Element Display 6:30
  • Example 3: Array Pop Method 7:39
  • Example 4: Array Push Method 9:12
  • Example 5: Array Reverse Method 10:22
  • Example 6: Array Shift Method 11:27
  • Example 7: Array Sort Method 12:53
  • Example 8: Array Slice Method 13:53
  • Example 9: Array Splice Method 16:42