How do I create a multiline string in JavaScript?

To create a multiline JavaScript string, you can include a string containing newlines (\n), tabs (\t), and other special characters in template string literals ('`'). Alternatively, you can concatenate multiple strings using the concatenation operator (+). Template string literals Introduced in ECMAScript 6 along with other useful features such as string interpolation. The main advantage of the string literal syntax is that you can use variables within a string (`${variable}`). Template string literals make your code more readable and eliminate the need for string concatenation or escaping. You can split and format a long string into multiple lines instead of creating a long and unreadable string containing special formatting characters and line breaks. In this JavaScript example, use template string literals ('`') to create a multi-line HTML string containing HTML tags, tabs, and line breaks. Click Execute to run the JavaScript Multiline String online and see the result. More JavaScript multiline string examples are listed below.
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