In the "Get a Hint" sections, we are told that in order to leave spaces between words, we need to use concatenation, or the cumbersome " + " way to add space between words. However, just leaving a space after your word and the quotation mark " achieves the same thing with less fuss.

console.log("Hello " + name);

Notice the space between the o in hello and the quotation mark "
This will in fact leave a space between Hello and the name, once the name function is defined. So why go thru concatenation?

Thanks for any feedback.


That's still concatenation:

your just doing it more efficiently. But it is the same thing.