Javascript conditional in template string

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Is there a way to do conditional within a template string?

For example:

let x, y;  x = ... y = ...  let templateString = `${x} ${y}`; 

I don't want the space in the template string after x to be output if y is undefined. How would I achieve that with template string?

Is this the only way to do it?

 let templateString = `${x}${y ? ' ' + y : ''}`; 

 


What about

let x,y;  const templateString = [x,y].filter(a => a).join(' '); 

What it does that it first puts your properties into an array [].

Then it filters the undefined items.

The last it creates a string of the array, by using join with a space.

This way either x or y can be undefined.

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