In JavaScript, a backtick† seems to work the same as a single quote. For instance, I can use a backtick to define a string like this:  var s = `abc`;   Is there any way in which the behavior of the backtick actually differs from that of a single...
I have to work around the limitation of gettext to recognise ES6 template strings, and I thought about getting the "non interpolated value" of the template strings as a compilation step, in order to have only "normal" strings in the c...
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...
ESLint: Line 403 exceeds the maximum line length of 120 (max-len)  I have a long string, which I built using ES6 template strings, but I want it to be without line breaks:  var string = `Let me be the 'throws Exception’ to your 'public stat...
In JavaScript, a backtick† seems to work the same as a single quote. For instance, I can use a backtick to define a string like this:  var s = `abc`;   Is there a way in which the behavior of the backtick actually differs from that of a single quot...
I understand the syntax of ES6 tagged templates. What I don't see is the practical usability. When is it better than passing an object parameter, like the settings in jQuery's AJAX? $.ajax('url', { /*this guy here*/ })   Right now I o...
I want to put "backticks" around my template strings.  IntelliJ keeps removing them every time I try the wrap them around the string.  Anyone's got a clue why its happening and how to solve this?  I added a little code snippet of my .vue...
Is there a way to do conditional within a template string?  For example:  let x, y;  x = ... y = ...  let templateString = `${x} ${y}`;   I don't want the space in the template string after x to be output if y is undefined. How would I achieve th...
According to MDN, Template Strings should be working in Chrome, and by extension V8 on which Node.js is based on; but when I try the following I get a syntax error:  var name = 'coffee'; console.log(`Hello, ${name}!`);   running node file.js...
Is there a way to print (using console.log) javascript template strings, applying the substitutions when it's the case, but considering the linebreaks '\n' when printing?   For instance, when I have the following:    let someVar = 'a&...

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