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JavaScript Best Practices — Comments and Spaces

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JavaScript is an easy to learn programming language. It’s easy to write programs that run and does something. However, it’s hard to account for all the uses cases and write robust JavaScript code.

In this article, we’ll look at the best ways to work with comments and spaces.

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