Lukas: 00:00 default arguments in ES6 allow you to assign some defaults to these guys. If I run this right now you'll see I'll get "undefined, undefined" because nothing was passed in for "greeting" or "names", so when they get logged out they're both undefined.
00:15 If I want his name to at least default to John, if I don't pass anything in, I can get "undefined" to "John". I didn't pass anything in here, but I said the name should at least be John so it logs out the name as John.
00:29 If I pass in "Hello" here, and then run this, you can see I get "Hello John". "Hello" comes through the greeting, logged out here as "Hello" and the name still defaults to John, and then is logged out here.
00:45 If I say "Hello, Bill", the default will be overridden and I'll get Bill instead of John, because the default was John, but I said explicitly to say Bill.
00:58 Where this gets a little bit crazier is when you assign a default function to one of the arguments. Right now, "complete" is undefined, so it will say "undefined is not a function" when I try to invoke it.
01:10 But, if I pass in a function and say "log complete", and I run this, you can see it logs complete out, because it invokes it when it's passed in.
01:21 But, I can take this function, I'll cut it out of here and then assign that as the default function and then I'll rerun it and you'll see I still get complete.
01:31 We can make this a little bit shorter using the arrow syntax that I've covered before. If I do that and then get rid of the braces and then bring everything up to the same line, you can see that I can assign a default function, all within that same line, run it again, and I still get complete.