What are template statements?

A template statement responds to an event raised by a binding target such as an element, component, or directive. The template statements appear in quotes to the right of the = symbol like (event)="statement".

Let's take an example of button click event's statement

<button (click)="editProfile()">Edit Profile</button>

In the above expression, editProfile is a template statement. The below JavaScript syntax expressions are not allowed.

  1. new
  2. increment and decrement operators, ++ and --
  3. operator assignment, such as += and -=
  4. the bitwise operators | and &
  5. the template expression operators


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