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i can’t understand what’s going on. I don’t even know what escapse sequence is ?
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var myStr=newline tab backslash; // Change this line
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Hey Md Rahmatuzzaman,
To escape double quotes you do " and to escape backslash you do \.
in this challenge you have to use newline escape character.
Read the instructions in challenge carefully and it will help you.
Hope it helps.
It make sense but it will be more helpful for me if you give me a small example with explanation.
'' or double quotes
What if you need quotes in your string. How do you do that?
For example, i have a string which is
Tom says, “I like playing Football.”
If i declare it like
var str = "Tom says, "I like playing Football."".
So, above variable could be properly declared as :
var str = "Tom says, \"I like playing Football\"."
Hope this helps.