Angular supports a number of data types that are built using the type system of “TypeScript”. The fundamental data types are “Array, Boolean, Number, and String”. Furthermore supported by Angular are more complex types like “Enum, Any, Void, and Never”. A set of named constants can be created using Enums, whereas “Any” denotes a dynamic or ambiguous data type. The terms “Void” and “Never” are used to denote types that can never arise and the lack of a value, respectively. In addition, developers can use TypeScript interfaces to define unique data types.
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