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1- Create a variable called colors , assign the value Purple to it.

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var colors = "Purple";


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var colors=“purple”;

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var colors=“purple”;

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var colors = “purple”;

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 Here's an example of creating a variable called `colors` and assigning the value "Purple" to it:

```javascript
var colors = "Purple";

In this example, the colors variable is declared using the var keyword and assigned the string value “Purple”. Now, we can use the colors variable to access or manipulate the value “Purple” throughout JavaScript code.

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var colors = “Purple”;

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var colors = “purple”;

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var colors = “purple”;

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var color = ‘purple’;

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var color = ‘purple’;

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var colors = “purple”

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2- Create a variable called o , assign the value 500 to it.

var colour =" Purple "

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Here's an example of creating a variable called `o` and assigning the value 500 to it:

```javascript
var o = 500;

In this example, the o variable is declared using the var keyword and assigned the numeric value 500. Now, we can use the o variable to perform arithmetic operations, comparisons, or any other manipulations involving the value 500 within JavaScript code.

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<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">

<head>
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
    <title>Document</title>
</head>
<body>

    <section id="demo1">
        krishna
    </section>
    <script>
var color ='purple';
    </script>
</body>

</html>
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2- Create a variable called o , assign the value 500 to it.

var o = 500;

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varibles :-
var o = 500;

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var colors = “purple”;

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