Instructor: 0:00 The first thing we're going to do is write a function called HelloFromSpace. It will take one parameter called planet. It will return our template literal.
0:14 When writing a template literal, instead of using quotes, we use backticks. We'll write HelloFromSpace, and then to include our parameter planet, we use the special syntax $ followed by curly brackets.
0:55 Let's take a look at one more example. We'll create another function called AddForMe, which will accept two parameters, a and b. It will return a template literal that says, "The sum of these two is -- and we use the $ sign and the curly brackets -- a+b."
1:19 We'll console.log AddForMe and pass in 3 and 4. If we run this with node, we'll see that it prints out, "The sum of these two is 7."