Object's property is a
propertyValue pair, where property name can be only a string. If it's not a string, it gets casted into a string. You can specify properties when creating an object or later. There may be zero or more properties separated by commas.
The following code demonstrates how to get a property's value.
The following example shows how to add a new property or change an existing one.
language.newProperty = "new value"; // Now the object has a new property. If the property already exists, its value will be replaced. language["newProperty"] = "changed value"; // Once again, you can access properties both ways. The first one (dot notation) is recommended.