Javascript: Query string builder

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Query String is a part of the webpage address that contains constants and their values. It starts after the question mark and goes to the end of the address. Example:

# query string: page=5
https://ru.hexlet.io/blog?page=5

If there are several parameters, they are separated by an ampersand &:

# query string: page=5&per=10
https://ru.hexlet.io/blog?per=10&page=5

buildQueryString.js

Implement and export as default a function that takes a list of parameters and generates a query string from those parameters:

import bqs from '../buildQueryString.js';

bqs({ per: 10, page: 1 });
// page=1&per=10
bqs({ param: 'all', param1: true });
// param=all&param1=true

The parameter names in the output string must be in alphabetical order (i.e. they must be sorted).

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