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Pranav Mathur3,419 Points
What if instead of creating the 'html' variable, I put this inside the loop: document.write("<div>" + i + "</div>")
There's nothing unacceptable about hard-coding your HTML string — as opposed to storing it in a variable first — in general. The only caveats would depend on your particular use-case. Outside of a particular context, however, as long as your code does what you want it to, you can do whatever you want ;)
YOu can do that.Result will be same.But its a good practice to store the result in a variable as you can use it later in your program.