In JavaScript, literals are fixed values written directly into the code. Unlike variables or complex expressions, literals offer an explicit and concrete value, making coding more straightforward and manageable. 

You can use different literals to represent various data types in JavaScript. They offer a simple and direct way to express data without needing to perform intricate calculations or external requests. 

Here are a few examples of JavaScript literals: 

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