What are template literals in Es6?


Posted On: Feb 22, 2018


Template literals are the string with embedded code and variables inside. Template literal allows concatenation and interpolation in much more comprehensive and clear in comparison with prior versions of ECMAScript.

Let see an example of concatenating a string in JavaScript.

var a="Hello";
var b="John";
var c = a+ " " + b;
Console.log(c); //outputs Hello John;

In ES6 concatenation and interpolation is done by backtick “ in a single line. To interpolate a variable simply put in to {} braces forwarded by $ sign.>/p>

// In ES6

let a="Hello";
let b="John";
let c=`${a} ${b}`;
console.log(c); //outputs Hello John;

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