This way, we've created an object that serves as an enum. Now let's delve into why and how to use them effectively.
Enums help to reduce errors in your code by limiting the possible values for variables. They make your code more readable and maintainable.
Imagine you're working on a project where you handle days of the week frequently. Instead of using strings everywhere, which can be prone to typos, you can use the enum
They can make your code more readable and less error-prone.
If you're using TypeScript, you have access to a true
To learn more about it, checkout: TypeScript Enums.
There are other ways to achieve similar functionality, such as using objects or sets.
All methods mentioned in this tutorial work in all modern browsers.
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