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The examples so far in this part of the book have focused on primitive types, which has let me introduce the basic TypeScript features. In real projects, related data properties are grouped together to create objects. In this chapter, I describe the TypeScript support for simple data structures, starting with arrays. Table 9-1 summarizes the chapter.
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