The keyword 'let' was added in ECMAScript 2015 and can be used as an alternative to 'var'.
A variable declared using "let" has block scope.
A variable declared using "let" is not hoisted.
This variable can be reassigned

function myFunction() { 
   var x = 100;
   if (true) {
      let x = 200;
   console.log(x); // x is 100

The let statement creates a new block scoped variable.


It is not possible to redeclare an existing variable as a let in the same scope.
(regardless of whether it was declared with a var or a let)
Cannot be redeclared within its scope

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