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JavaScript

toggle ?

 var editTasks = function(){
     console.log('Task Edited');

   var listItems = this.parentNode;

   var editInput = listItems.querySelector("input[type=text]");
   var label = listItems.querySelector("label");

   var iscontain = listItems.classList.contains("editMode");

   if(iscontain){
       label.innerText = editInput.value;
   }else{
        editInput.value = label.innerText;
   }

   listItems.classList.toggle("editMode");
 }

for what purpose toggle is used here ?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,967 Points

toggle just changes whatever the current condition is. So if the classList contained "editMode" before, then after the toggle it will not. And if it did not contain "editMode" before, after the toggle it will.

thanx