- Using String literal
- Using String object
Now we will check each way to create and we will try to understand it with the help of examples.
Using String literal:
In this method, we directly write var keyword and then literal for string and then we write a string in double quotes(” “). Follow this example to get a clear idea about this method.
<script> var str="Welcome To Owlbuddy"; document.write(str); </script>
Using String object:
In this method, we create String object using new keyword and then we pass a string in Object. Check the following example.
<script> var str=new String("Welcome to Owlbuddy."); document.write(str); </script>
Basic string Methods:
Here we will check some basic string Methods. That will help you so much while working with Strings
|charAt()||It is use to check char at particular index.|
|concat()||It is use to concat two strings.|
|indexOf()||It is use to find index of character in String.|
|lastIndexOf()||It is use to find lat index of character n string.|
|search()||It is use to search regular expression from string.|
|replace()||It is use to replace part of string with some other char squence|
|substr()||It is use to get sub string from big string.|
|toLowerCase()||It converts whole string into lower case letters.|
|toUpperCase()||It converts whole string into upper case letters.|
|toString()||It return string form an object.|
|valueOf()||Provide primitive value of String object.|
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