What is a Data Structure?
There are various types of data structures, such as arrays, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, and graphs. Each data structure has its own set of operations and properties that define its behavior.
- Properties: Objects have properties that represent their characteristics or attributes. Properties consist of a key (also known as property name) and its corresponding value.
- Methods: Objects can also have methods which are functions associated with the object.
These methods define the behavior of the object.
- Arrays: Like arrays, objects can store multiple values. However, unlike arrays, the values in objects are accessed using keys rather than numeric indices.
Practical Use Cases
- Data Modeling: Objects allow you to represent real-world entities and their relationships in your code.
- Data Storage: You can use objects to store and retrieve data efficiently.
- Data Manipulation: Objects provide methods that enable you to perform operations on the stored data.
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