re: What is the difference between using ` and "/' for strings in JavaScript? VIEW POST

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Just like Austin said it, it's called a template string and your triggering its functionality with a backtick.
The good ol' way of defining a string with "" won't work with template strings as far as I know, and will just signal to JS that you want to instantiate a string object.

 
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