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Roald Jurrian KammanFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 15,542 Points
The "() =>" part of EventListener was never explained.
Whenever Guil uses this EventListener technique I simply don't understand what's happening. Unlike for loops where you have to use: "var > list.length, += 1" etc. I get what's going on there because it was explained but I don't know what's happening and why we use this markup: "() =>"
I just get confused every time I see it.