In this tutorial, we will explain the Typescript Number.EPSILON property. It represents the difference between 1 and the smallest floating-point number greater than 1. It exists because not all decimal numbers can be represented accurately and exactly in the binary system.
The Typescript number has its limitation regarding Max Value, Safe Value & Min Value that you can use. The Typescript uses the MAX_SAFE_INTEGER, MIN_SAFE_INTEGER, MAX_VALUE & MIN_VALUE to represent these values.
N in Typescript stands for Not a Number. It is the result of numerical operations, where result is not a number. It is the property of the global object. You can refer it either as NaN or Number.NaN. The typeof NaN is primitive number. We can check whether a value is NaN by using the isNaN function or by Number.IsNan method.
The Typescript Tagged Templates allow us to tag template strings or template literals. Once tagged, the Templates strings allow us to parse the template literals using a function. It allows us more control over how the templates are converted to a string.
Template literals (or Template strings ) in Typescript are multiline string literals allowing embedded expressions. You can use multi-line strings, basic string formatting, string interpolation & tagged templates with them. They are part of ES2016/ES6 specification. Template literals are also called as template strings. In this tutorial, we will learn the Template Literals syntax and how to use it in Multi line Strings & string interpolation. We will also learn how to nest expressions and how to Escaping template literals using the backslash (\)