I'm a bit confused...
I understand, for example, parseInt("72") --> 72.
Or that parseInt("89") --> 89
So would parseInt("Hello, Allison") --> return NaN? Or would/could it return numerical value?
I ask, because it seemed that w3Schools is saying that if we use an alphabetical character than the parseInt method would return "NaN" ---- "Note: If the first character cannot be converted to a number, parseInt() returns NaN. w3Schools"
But this thread seems to be demonstrating that parseInt() can parse an alphabetic character into an integer.