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4.1 Primary Expressions

4.1 Primary Expressions


The simplest expressions, known as primary expressions, are those that stand alone— they do not include any simpler expressions. Primary expressions in JavaScript are constant or literal values, certain language keywords, and variable references.

Literals are constant values that are embedded directly in your program. They look like these:

1.23 // A number literal "hello" // A string literal /pattern/ // A regular expression literal

JavaScript syntax for number literals was covered in §3.1 . String literals were documented in §3.2 . The regular expression literal syntax was introduced in §3.2.4 and will be documented in detail in Chapter 10 .

Some of JavaScript’s reserved words are primary expressions:

true // Evalutes to the boolean true value false // Evaluates to the boolean false value null // Evaluates to the null value this // Evaluates to the "current" object

We learned about true, false, and null in §3.3 and §3.4 . Unlike the other keywords, thisis not a constant—it evaluates to different values in different places in the program. The this keyword is used in object-oriented programming. Within the body of a method, this evaluates to the object on which the method was invoked. See §4.5 , Chap ter 8 (especially §8.2.2 ), and Chapter 9 for more on this.

Finally, the third type of primary expression is the bare variable reference:

// Evaluates to the value of the variable i. sum // Evaluates to the value of the variable sum. undefined // undefined is a global variable, not a keyword like null.

When any identifier appears by itself in a program, JavaScript assumes it is a variable and looks up its value. If no variable with that name exists, the expression evaluates to the undefined value. In the strict mode of ECMAScript 5, however, an attempt to evaluate a nonexistent variable throws a ReferenceError instead.

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