That’s a great point — it comes down to personal preference

There’s nothing wrong with using the plus sign + for string concatenation, though it can make HTML hard to read.

Hey Mohan C, thanks so much for reading!

const hello = "Hello "
const world = "World!"
console.log(hello + world) // Hello World!
const name = "Mohan"
console.log("Say hello to" + " " + name + " " + "for me!")
const someHTML = "<html>\n  <head>\n    <title>A page</title>\n  </head>\n  <body>\n    <p>Wow this is getting hard to read</p>\n  </body>\n</html>"
console.log(someHTML)
document.write(someHTML)

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