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JavaScript Express Basics (2015) The Request and Response Objects in Express Responses and the Response Object

Rifqi Fahmi
Rifqi Fahmi
23,164 Points

I think thats not how to make the parameter optional, is'n it ?

The parameter works like regex, to my knowledge the "?" (question mark) makes the preceding token in the regular expression optional. So if you type it like that:

:title? // :titl or :tittle

it will match :titl or title. I suggest we type it like this :


CMIIW. Huston Hedinger


Bryan LeBlanc
Bryan LeBlanc
2,482 Points

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