JavaScript video tutorial – 19 – Javascript white space and line break

JavaScript white space and line break : If we have more than one white space in a string, then browser collapses all the white spaces to single white space. Hence to add more than one white space in between words or characters we use html entity ampersandnbsp;. ampersandnbsp;. indicates non breaking white space, which adds single space. We can use ampersandnbsp;. any number of times to add more white spaces. HTML br tag in JavaScript Code: To add line break we can use html br tag in a string. html br tag moves the cursor to next line so that from their on next content can be placed or written. Note: For spreading a long string to multiple lines end lines by \ Example Code: <!doctype html> <html lang=”en”> <head> <meta charset=”utf-8″> <title>Jav

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Summon Complex Entity Stacks in Minecraft

In this video I demonstrate how easy it is to make a complex stack of entities using I define a complex stack as an entity which has more than one direct passengers. The stacked passengers in this example also have a passenger. By contrast a non-complex stack just has only one passenger. These are also easy to make in MCStacker. Basic stacks were the only way to do this in older versions of Minecraft when the Riding tag was still used.Nowadays it uses the Passengers tag instead which gives you more freedom to design interesting stacked entities. In this example I create a witch with three passenger bats. Each bat then has a single passenger. When the witch is killed, the bats fly away in different directions and the ranged mobs on the bats attack the player. Somethi

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