In es6 template literals, how can one wrap a long template literal to multiline without creating a new line in the string?
For example, if you do this:
const text = `a very long string that just continues
and continues and continues`
If you introduce a line continuation (
\) at the point of the newline in the literal, it won't create a newline on output:
const text = `a very long string that just continues\ and continues and continues`; console.log(text); // a very long string that just continuesand continues and continues