Functions- Arrow Functions

In 2015, arrow function syntax was introduced to JavaScript. Arrow functions are a shorter way to write functions by using a special notation that looks like an arrow: ( ) =>

It is not necessary to write the function keyword every time you create a function. Instead, you include parameters inside the ( ), and then add an arrow => that points to the function body, which will be surrounded by angle brackets { }. In the following video, we will write an arrow function.


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  5. Output from the code that you have written will appear in the panel on the right side of your screen.

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