Arrays: An Array is a data structure, which can store a fixed-size collection of elements of the same Data Type. An Array is used to store a collection of data, but it is often more useful to think of an Array as a collection of variables of the same type.
Objects: An object, in object-oriented programming (OOP), is an abstract data type created by a developer. It can include multiple properties and methods and may even contain other objects. In most programming languages, objects are defined as classes. Objects provide a structured approach to programming.
Conditional: The ability to test a variable against a value and act in one way if the condition is met by the variable or another way if not. They are also commonly called by programmers if statements.
To know if a condition is True or False, we need another type of data: booleans. They allow logical operations. A logic statement or operation can be evaluated to be True or False. Our conditional statement can then be understood like this:
if (a condition evaluates to True):then do these things only for ‘True’else:otherwise do these things only for ‘False’.
The condition can be anything that evaluates as True or False. Comparisons always return True or False, for example
== (equal to),
> (greater than),
< (less than.)
The else part is optional. If you leave it off, nothing will happen if the conditional evaluates to ‘False’.
For Loop: A block of code that you want to repeat a fixed number of times iterating over the different data in an Array.
Loop: Break Break out of the Loop.
Loop: Continue Go to next iteration of the Loop.
Loop: Save Entry Save the current entry of the Loop.
Loop: Remove Entry Remove the current entry of the Loop.
Text: Append, Prepend, Trim, and Replace.
Math: Basic math and bitwise operators.