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JavaScript Introducing ES2015 Objects and New Collection Types Map

` vs '

What is the difference between ` and ' mark?

1 Answer

james south
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the first is the backtick and is used to encase the new template literal syntax. the latter is the single quote, still available to encase strings.

let a = 'i am a string made with single quotes';
console.log(`i am a template literal made with backticks. here is the previous string: ${a}.`);

i am a template literal made with backticks. here is the previous string: i am a string made with single quotes.