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Yes. It's often recommended for large code lines. Let's look at an example.

  1. var abc = someverybiglineofmethodcall(a lot of args)

Now this code could be difficult to read and understand in comparison to

  1. var abc =
  2. someverybiglineofmethodcall (
  3. a
  4. lot
  5. of
  6. args
  7. )

Now if you are talking about strings in JavaScript. You have backtick keyword to define a multi line string. Example:

  1. "Hello/nWorld"

Becomes

  1. `Hello
  2. World`

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Yes. It's often recommended for large code lines. Let's look at an example.

var abc = someverybiglineofmethodcall(a lot of args)
Now this code could be difficult to read and understand in comparison to

var abc = 
    someverybiglineofmethodcall (
        a
        lot
        of
        args
    )

Now if you are talking about strings in JavaScript. You have backtick keyword to define a multi line string. Example:

"Hello/nWorld"
Becomes

`Hello
World`


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Yes, of course it is. For example:
alert
("Hello World"
);


is valid.When working with other code (not in quotes), line breaks are ignored, and perfectly acceptable. 



Answerd on:2017-06-14 Answerd By:tarun101

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