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Pitrov Secondary5,121 Points
why didn't he use <input type="button">?
why did he use <button></button> instead of <input type="button">
Michael Hulet47,911 Points
In this case, it was likely just to demonstrate that the
<button> tag exists. For all intents and purposes,
<button type="submit"> is equivalent to
<input type="submit"/>, and you can choose whichever is your favorite and use it. They ultimately do the same thing