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I’m a bit confused why are we using inline functions in this case and what would be a use of it in regular practice.
Looks like (i) would work the same as (ii) in this case:
const myFunc = () => "value"; // (i) const myFunc = "value"; // (ii)
and same here:
const magic = () => new Date(); // (i) const magic = new Date(); // (ii)
So I’m a bit confused in what cases we would need to write those inline functions when we could declare a constant variable and get the same result.
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