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no-useless-template-literals

Disallow unnecessary template expressions.

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Some problems reported by this rule are automatically fixable by the --fix ESLint command line option.

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This rule reports template literals that contain substitution expressions (also variously referred to as embedded expressions or string interpolations) that are unnecessary and can be simplified.

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This rule is being renamed to no-unnecessary-template-expression. The current name, no-useless-template-literals, will be removed in a future major version of typescript-eslint.

After the creation of this rule, it was realized that the name no-useless-template-literals could be misleading, seeing as this rule only targets template literals with substitution expressions. In particular, it does not aim to flag useless template literals that look like `this` and could be simplified to "this". If you are looking for such a rule, you can configure the @stylistic/ts/quotes rule to do this.

.eslintrc.cjs
module.exports = {
"rules": {
"@typescript-eslint/no-useless-template-literals": "error"
}
};

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When Not To Use It

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