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JavaScript

Can't fix this:

var escapedNewLine = ""; var escapedBackslash = ""; var escapedTab = "";

3 Answers

Ilja Daderko
Ilja Daderko
8,953 Points

Can you provide more context? Like whats the issue, what are you trying to fix? all variable declarations seem to be correct, they declare empty string / nothing, I don't see anything that need's fixing in your example.

Is it something like

var escapedNewLine = "/n";

etc

Thanks

Thank you guys now it's work… I did the same but didn't work...