Classes are clever concepts but, as the last section showed, they are pretty useless by themselves. In this section, we'll review the code elements that do all the groundwork. Special emphasis is placed on their relevance to math and physics.
var keyword that we used to declare properties? The keyword
var stands for variable. A variable is a container that holds some value. Here value might mean different things. For example, the following variable
x is defined to hold values that are numbers (we are omitting private keywords):
x may only be assigned values that are numbers. For example:
x = 2;
This assignment can be done together with the following ...