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<<if visited ("numbers")>> Well you already learned a bit about numbers. <<endif>>
<<if visited("strings")>> Well you already learned a bit about strings. <<endif>>
<<if visited("booleans")>> Well you already learned a bit about booleans. <<endif>>
Now you've learned a little bit about numbers. You can go back to [[Start]].
Strings are letters and words and, well, basically anything you put in "quotation marks". If you put a number in quotation marks, it will not be a number, it will [[magically]] transform into a string! Amazing! "3" is a string. So is "three". You can add strings, but it isn't like a mathematical operation, it will just place them side by side.
Now you've learned a little bit about strings, you can go back to [[Start]].A Boolean is used to tell you whether something is true or false. These get tricky because """=""" means "set one thing equal to another" while """==""" means "see if one thing is basically the same as another", and """===""" means "compare to make sure two things are exactly the same"!
Now you've learned a little bit about booleans. You can go back to the [[Start]].
You open the mailbox. Inside it you find a [[pamphlet]].The pamphlet is about some old game called Zork. You immediately throw it away and go back to [[Start]].Well, it doesn't actually use magic.
Back to [[strings]].