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 Square brackets surround an array, and commas separate the values. You can mix different kinds of values in an array. ''​['​Africa',​ 16]''​ is perfectly fine to write. Square brackets surround an array, and commas separate the values. You can mix different kinds of values in an array. ''​['​Africa',​ 16]''​ is perfectly fine to write.
  
-Fourth, JavaScript has //​objects//​. Objects are like arrays, except instead of being in a sequence, they'​re more like table.+Fourth, JavaScript has //​objects//​. Objects are like arrays, except instead of being in a sequence, they'​re more like table.
  
 <code javascript>​ <code javascript>​
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 Notice how you're also allowed to spread out a definition of both arrays and objects across multiple lines. It's a good idea to indent these definitions so you can make sure that you keep the number of {s and }s equal. Notice how you're also allowed to spread out a definition of both arrays and objects across multiple lines. It's a good idea to indent these definitions so you can make sure that you keep the number of {s and }s equal.
  
-Fifth, JavaScript lets you add //​comments//​ so you can leave notes for yourself as to how things work. They come in two forms:+Fifth, JavaScript lets you add //​comments//​ so you can leave notes for yourself as to how things work. Anything inside a comment is ignored when the code is run. Comments ​come in two forms:
  
 <code javascript>​ <code javascript>​
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