var c = document.getElementById("myCanvas");
var can1 = c.getContext("2d");
can1.lineCap = 'square';
can1.lineWidth = 5;
Forms in HTML allow the user to enter data into a webpage. this data is then passed along to the server and is usually stored in a database for future reference. Forms can contain many different HTML elements. Some of these elements include text fields, radio-buttons, check boxes, and submit buttons. To use a form properly you must use some type of input element. Form selectos in HTML are <form> and </form>
Data and Variables:
Data and Variable are used very extensively when programming. Data is a set of information. Data can include Integers, Boolean, and Variables. A variable is a symbol that can represent multiple values which are assigned to it. Variables are generally used as letters or strings.
Integers: can only be numbers
Boolean: are either one of two answers "True" or "False"
String: A Combination of letters and numbers. Often used as variables.