In es6 template literals, how can one wrap a long template literal to multiline without creating a new line in the string?  For example, if you do this:  const text = `a very long string that just continues and continues and continues`   Then it will...
The back-tick character is not recognized as a Valid Character in IE11 when using the "use strict" directive while it works in other browsers, such as Chrome.   What is the interpretation of this behavior taking into consideration that IE11 i...
Here's my code:  let padded = "03"; ascii = `\u00${padded}`;   However, I receive Bad character escape sequence from Babel. I'm trying to end up with:  \u0003  in the ascii variable. What am I doing wrong?  EDIT:  Ended up with ascii...
Just noticed today that template literals with html tags don't work, or maybe I wrote it wrong?  I tried to include p tags in the template literals (which I commented out in the snippet), but it didn't work. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks...
I got an prefer-template error from eslint. For the workaround, I changed my code to use a template string inside the require function which is nested inside the url function as following:  {   background: `url(${require(`../../assets/${edge.node.nam...
In my Angular 4 application, I have a component which takes a string input:  <app-my-component [myInput]="'some string value'"></app-my-component>   In some cases I need to pass a variable inside the string, for example:...
Been using es6 more and more for most work these days. One caveat is template strings.  I like to limit my line character count to 80. So if I need to concatenate a long string, it works fine because concatenation can be multiple lines like this:  co...
How can I go about calling a function inside a Template literal.  The function syntax in the attempt below shows in the HTML:  function readURL(input) {     if (input.files && input.files[0]) {         var reader = new FileReader();...
I'm using styled-components as a solution to styling for React. They've got a nice approach that uses template literals to interpolate CSS. The template literals are passed the component's props so that you can do things like:    const Pa...

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