It's now pretty obvious to me that a feature like this would be possible, but it's one of those things that you don't think about until you see it for the first time. I'm working on a Blackjack game as part of a Pluralsight tutorial and I just saw the instructor chain together multiple
const statements using commas.
const suits = ['Hearts', 'Clubs', 'Diamonds', 'Spades'], values = ['Ace', 'King', 'Queen', 'Jack', 'Ten', 'Nine', 'Eight', 'Seven', 'Six', 'Five', 'Four', 'Three', 'Two']; let textArea = document.getElementById('text-area'), newGameButton = document.getElementById('new-game-button'), hitButton = document.getElementById('hit-button'), stayButton = document.getElementById('stay-button');
It's a pretty minor change to my coding practice, but I love the way it visually organizes the code on the page. I think I'll be using this more often when I can, if only for the aesthetic value.