Now we are going to take it a step further and look at Big O notation and how it relates to objects and their built-in methods.
In my previous Big O Notation blogs, we discussed Time and Space Complexity and looked at algorithms as a whole. Now we are going to take it a step further and look at Big O and how it relates to objects and their built-in methods.
An object is an unordered key/value data structure and is used to store data of any type while also preserving a naming scheme. Below is a simple example of an object, where the key is the naming scheme and value is our actual data.