var s = `abc`;
Is there any way in which the behavior of the backtick actually differs from that of a single quote?
† Note that among programmers, "backtick" is one name for what is more generally called the grave accent. Programmers also sometimes use the alternate names "backquote" and "backgrave". Also, on Stack Overflow and elsewhere, other common spellings for "backtick" are "back-tick" and "back tick".