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JavaScript JavaScript Foundations Strings Escape Characters

Escape variables

It tells me to Set the 'escapedNewLine' variable to the string of a new line character. This is what they give me var escapedNewLine = ""; var escapedBackslash = ""; var escapedTab = ""; Im not sure what to put in the ""

2 Answers

If I undestood correctly, all you need to do is var escapedNewLine="\n"; \n is a new line character

ahmet yuva
ahmet yuva
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"\t" would be correct indeed.