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Create a multiline strings

Written byPhuoc Nguyen
13 Apr, 2021
To create a multiline strings, the most common way is to concatenate them as shown below:
const multilineStrings = 'This is a\n' + 'multiline\n' + 'strings';
Joining an array of strings is another approach:
const multilineStrings = ['This is a', 'multiline', 'strings'].join('\n');
ES6 introduces an easier way to do that. It uses the template literal which is delimited by backticks:
const multilineStrings = `This is a

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