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                // Convert the Following from ES5 to ES6 Syntax
// 1. Convert the function to an ES6 Arrow Function
const golden = function goldenFunction(){
  alert("this is golden!!")


// 2. Simplify the following with es6 enhanced object literals
const newFunction = function literal(firstName, lastName){
  return {
    firstName: firstName,
    lastName: lastName,
    fullName: function(){
      alert(firstName + " " + lastName)

newFunction("William", "Imoh").fullName()

// 3. Condense this to 8 lines with destructuring
const newObject = {
  firstName: "Harry",
  lastName: "Potter Holt",
  destination: "Hogwarts React Conf",
  occupation: "Deve-wizard Avocado",
  spell: "Vimulus Renderus!!!"
const firstName = newObject.firstName;
const lastName = newObject.lastName;
const destination = newObject.destination;
const occupation = newObject.occupation;

console.log(firstName, lastName, destination, occupation)

// 4. Combine these arrays with array spreading
const west = ["Will", "Chris", "Sam", "Holly"]

const east = ["Gill", "Brian", "Noel", "Maggie"]

const combined = west.concat(east)


// 5. Tidy up this multi-line string using Template Literals
const planet = "earth"
const view = "glass"
var before = 'Lorem ' + view + 'dolor sit amet, ' +  
    'consectetur adipiscing elit,' + planet + 'do eiusmod tempor ' +
    'incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim' +
    ' ad minim veniam'