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Slightly Different Method, Same Result. Curious if my method is a bad habit...
Dave uses a series of concatenation to display his strings differently then mine. When completing the task, I decided to use template literals as I find them easier to work with. I got the same result but would love feedback to see if I'm doing what's considered "best practice". (This is my first time posting a questions so apologies if If I do this wrong!)
Any feedback at all would be greatly appreciated! Have a great day!
Steven Parker212,140 Points
There's rarely only one way to accomplish a programming task. Your use of template literals takes advantage of a more advanced technique and allows the code to be a bit more compact than the basic method. Good job!