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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Storing and Tracking Information with Variables Introducing Variables

Annaliese Laurila
Annaliese Laurila
Courses Plus Student 3,265 Points

Syntax of the Variable

is the space after message and before = for syntax or for style? Would the variable work if there is not a space there?


1 Answer

7,900 Points

The spaces between the message and the = is just so that the code looks pretty.

// Pretty
var message = 'Hello';

// Not so pretty
var message='Hello';

Both of them work exactly the same.