[00:01:33] And then when you execute that, it's just that byte code is loaded into memory, and then the computer just goes instruction, instruction down in memory. And it's just reading through memory and operating on some other memory somewhere else inside the computer, right? There's a block of memory for code, and there's a block of memory for everything else that the application might use.
[00:02:21] So here I'm I'm going through every property in propMap, and I'm setting $.prototype to essentially be equal to a function that will call on whatever this is, value or innerHTML. This isn't exactly what jQuery does, but it's similar. You'll see this code a lot in a lot of different libraries, because you're actually building the structures using the language, which you don't really see in compiled languages.
[00:03:43] This data is a number in memory and it has this data, here's the number associated with it. So type travels with a value and not with a variable. And we'll see what this means in a little bit. We wanna break all these things down actually quite a bit.
[00:04:28] And then I can of course, at the very end call a function, which is what most languages give you. This is dynamically creating a language, it's a little bit different than it;s been statically created.