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I was curious about the document.querySelector('main').innerHTML = HTML; I noticed the instructor kept this code outside the for loop. But I noticed when i put it inside it still work as expected. It preferred practice to keep cleaner code that displays the information outside the loop or is this just preference? Also Is there a course on cleaner code best practices.
Steven Parker211,016 Points
The preferred practice is to keep anything that only needs to be done one time out of a loop. Technically, it still works if you do it over and over, it's just not necessary and it wastes computer resources.
I'm not aware of a separate course on best practices and optimization, but you'll find tips on both scattered throughout the courses and code examples.