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JavaScript Introducing ES2015 Objects and New Collection Types Map

Michael Pashkov
Michael Pashkov
22,024 Points

Why let declared once?

Hi! Why let declared once? let stevenJ = { name: 'Steven', age: 22 }, sarah = { name: 'Sarah', age: 23 }, stevenS = { name: 'Steven', age: 22 };

instead of

let stevenJ = { name: 'Steven', age: 22 };

let sarah = { name: 'Sarah', age: 23 };

let stevenS = { name: 'Steven', age: 22 };

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,005 Points

The first example is simply a shorthand notation for the second one. Both do exactly the same things.