In this video i will talk about Template Literal in ES6.
Template Literal in ES6 provides new features to create a string that gives more control over dynamic strings. Traditionally, String is created using single quotes (‘) or double quotes (“) quotes. Template literal is created using the backtick (`) character.
(‘ ’) and double quotes
(“ ”) were the only ways to make a string. Template literals offer another way to declare strings that makes use of backtick
Let’s now look at the template literals in detail.
Template literals use enclosing backticks
(``) instead of using single
(‘ ’) or double
(“ ”) quotes as shown in the following example:
Template literals use backticks
) instead of single or double quotes to declare strings
Using the backticks allows us to use the single or double quotes in the template literal without escaping because each type of character only needs to escape its own type. So, in template literals, we only need to escape backticks by using a backslash
( \ ).
Template literals do not need to escape single or double quotes
We have seen examples of how to create strings with single quotes, double quotes, and backticks. Now we will see more examples showing the advantages of using template literals.
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