A "value" or (value) is basically the smallest bit of information that is used in Java Script.
values can be joined using operators (more about them later) to create larger values.
values should be within parenthesis () "" or ''.
A useful application of values is storing them in variables so we can reuse them many times, this is because storing a value adds the value to the computers memory.
Starting with a declaration const we next add a variable firstName then add an operator = concluding with the value "Sharrefa".
const firstName = 'Shareffa';
console should read: Sharreffa
Basic set of Values within parenthesis (), (country), (continent), (population), ( 1 ), (19) or (insert number here).