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* Template Literal is introduced in ES6
* It is a new way to create a string. 
* It allow us more control over dynamic strings (Interpolate and expressions) in our programs

//Basic Template of single line, just a backticks instead of single or double
const lastName = `Thomas`

//Multiple line (Make your space as ur need)
const fullName = `Thomas\n \ 
console.log("MultiLine Print of FullName:", fullName)

//Interpolate variables and expressions using the ${...} syntax:

const firstName = `Alice`
const daughtersName = `I am ${firstName + lastName} 
   Javascript to find Max value: ${Math.max(1, 2, 10, 25, 18)}` 
console.log("Interpolation Prints the Daughter's FullName:", daughtersName)

const expValue = `Sum Value = ${1+2+3}`
console.log("Expression Print of :", expValue)

//Template Tag
const templateTag = (args, ...dynamicValues) => {
  let arg0 = args[0]; // "I am "
  let arg1 = args[1]; // " "
  let arg2 = args[2]; // " working as "
  const[name, surName, role] = [...dynamicValues]
  return `${arg0} ${name} ${surName} ${arg2} ${role}`

var profession = `Application Developer`
var profile = templateTag`I am ${firstName} ${lastName} working as ${profession}`
console.log("The Profile Output is: ", profile)