Instead of writing console.log('One' + ', ' + 'two' + ', ' + 'three!'); we can write console.log('one , two , three!')

instead of writing console.log(‘One’ + ', ’ + ‘two’ + ', ’ + ‘three!’); we can write console.log(‘one , two , three!’)

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Although you are right, you need to understand these two approaches are not the same. The first example concatenates the string while the second example simply prints multiple arguments