How to Escape Backtick-Quoted Strings in JavaScript (Example!)

So we all know that there are 3 ways to present a string. Single-quotes Double-quotes Backticks The truth is that single and double-quotes are identical. You can use them interchangeably. However, backticks allow you the added option to escape the string. Backticks-quoted strings are also known as template literals. Unfortunately, in order to make JavaScript … Read more

How to Use Backslash to Escape Quotation Marks in JavaScript: Preventing it From Becoming a String

Sometimes you’re going to want to do something in between quotes but you don’t want it to turn into a string with all the rest. What you want to do is use the backslash (\) along with a special character designated in JavaScript to perform a certain task. This is what’s called escaping the character. … Read more