Maximillian Laumeister

How To Enable “Strict Mode” On JavaScript Classes

Answer: You don’t need to do anything. Strict mode is already enabled on ES6 JavaScript classes by default:

The body of a class is executed in strict mode, i.e., code written here is subject to stricter syntax for increased performance, some otherwise silent errors will be thrown, and certain keywords are reserved for future versions of ECMAScript.

Classes - Javascript | MDN

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