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JavaScript Tutorial » Language Basics » Variables 
1.9.6.Reassigning value to Variables
<html>
<head>
<title>Reassigning Variables</title>

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
<!--

var myVar = 3;
alert("Variable myVar contains the value: " + myVar);
myVar = 2;
alert("Variable myVar contains the value: " + myVar);
myVar = 1;
alert("Variable myVar contains the value: " + myVar);
myVar = "Go!";
alert("Variable myVar contains the value: " + myVar);

//-->
</script>

</head>
<body>

<h1>Reassigning Variables</h1>

</body>
</html>
1.9.Variables
1.9.1.Variables
1.9.2.Variables can hold different types of values at different times
1.9.3.Naming Variables
1.9.4.Variables don't have to be declared before being used
1.9.5.Define variable and assign value
1.9.6.Reassigning value to Variables
1.9.7.Working With JavaScript Variables
1.9.8.Declare two variables in the same line
1.9.9.Reference a variable without declaration
1.9.10.Assign one variable to another variable
1.9.11.Do simple calculation
1.9.12.Braces indicate code blocks
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