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JavaScript Reference: String

All about the JavaScript String properties and methods

The String object has one static method, String.fromCharCode(), which is used to create a string representation from a sequence of Unicode characters. Here we build a simple string using the ASCII codes

String.fromCodePoint(70, 108, 97, 118, 105, 111) //'Flavio'

You can also use octal or hexadecimal numbers:

String.fromCodePoint(0x46, 0154, parseInt(141, 8), 118, 105, 111) //'Flavio'

All the other methods described here are instance methods: methods that are run on a string type.

Instance methods

A string offers a few unique methods you can use:

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