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Proper usage of Double or Single Quotes in JavaScript

NickFNickF USAPosts: 132Member

Is there a difference in Double or Single Quotes in JavaScript? If so in which scenarios each should be used?



  • DavidMDavidM USAPosts: 342Member
    edited March 2014

    There is no preferred method, you can use either. But, If you are using one form of quote in the string, you have to use the other as the literal.

    alert('Say "Hello"');
    alert("Say 'Hello'");
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