A variable is a storage location that contains a value. A null represents nothing . Its not an actual value. It means that the storage location does not contain anything (but null itself is just a special kind of value).
What's the typeof null?
Actually null is not an object , it is a primitive value. For example, you cannot add properties to it. Sometimes people wrongly assume that it is an object, because typeof null returns "object".
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