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JavaScript JavaScript Foundations Strings Escape Characters

what is answer for this question?Set the 'escapedBackslash' variable to the string of a backslash character.

not so understand about this question and cant find the answer in forum

1 Answer

Andrew Kiernan
Andrew Kiernan
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Hey Ivan!

If you want to escape a character you add a backslash before it. So if you want to escape a backslash, just add a backslash before it. So your variable would be:

var escapedBackslash = "\\";

Hope this helps!