What's the meaning of this line in object literal notation?


var emptyObj = {};

This is the instruction on how to create an object using literal notation. "Literal notation is just creating an object with curly braces, like this:"
The complete code is:

var myObj = {
    type: 'fancy',
    disposition: 'sunny'

var emptyObj = {};

The last line of code seems unnecessary, and I don't understand what it means.


it is there to show you that you can also create empty objects with the literal notation


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