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The String repeat() method

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Find out all about the JavaScript repeat() method of a string

Introduced in ES2015, repeats the strings for the specificed number of times:

'Ho'.repeat(3) //'HoHoHo'

Returns an empty string if there is no parameter, or the parameter is 0. If the parameter is negative you’ll get a RangeError.

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