Published Apr 20 2020
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How can you remove the last character from a string?
The simplest solution is to use the
slice() method of the string, passing 2 parameters. THe first is 0, the starting point. The second is the number of items to remove. Passing a negative number will remove starting from the end. This is the solution:
const text = 'abcdef' const editedText = text.slice(0, -1) //'abcde'
Note that the
slice() method does not modify the original string.
It creates a new string, this is why I assign it to a new variable in the above example.