Any type is the most flexible type you can assign in TypeScript. This type does not tell TypeScript anything about any type. A variable that is declared using Any type can store any value.
let a: any;
a can contain any values. Because of that TypeScript will not throw any error in the below 3 lines of code.
let a: any; a = 10; a = "Apple";
any takes away all advantages TypeScript gives you. Therefore, it is not advised to use
any data type.