FAQ: Intermediate JavaScript Modules - import

This community-built FAQ covers the “import” exercise from the lesson “Intermediate JavaScript Modules”.

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Web Development

Introduction To JavaScript

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This exercise should allow the use of ES6 string interpolation in the displayFuelCapacity() function. I tried this and it forced me to use concatenation (+) instead.

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Agreed. I had to use the concatenation first then use string interpolation to test that it did work.

String interpolation is far much cleaner.

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Agree, the entire lesson is unnecessarily strict on syntax. Suggest relaxing for alternative methods to solve the given problems according to the users own methods and not those imposed by CC.

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Issue: lesson about es6 syntax doesn’t accept es6 syntax

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Why do I feel that certain things about this exercise is just not right?

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Intermediate JavaScript Modules needs to be redone. This lesson precompletes the entire code that corresponds to the instructions for me + the code doesn’t allow to write ES6 Syntax which is much cleaner and shorter. Not good.

This might be a more recent change but I was able to use ES6 string interpolation just fine! :slight_smile: