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by Dinesh Thakur

JavaScript String Object: Strings are an important part of any programming language. Whether you are storing a person’s last name or the name of a product in inventory, a string is often the best way to store that value. A string is any text inside a quote pair. A quote pair consists of either double quotes or single quotes.

 
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The JavaScript Anchor is a string function that can be accessed using dot operator with string variable. It transforms the specified text into hypertext.

 
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This JavaScript Constructor property performs the same task as it does in the other objects that have it (like the Date and Array objects). . It sends back the value of the JavaScript Constructor function that created the String object's prototype. To use the JavaScript Constructor property, you have to use a String object rather than a literal

 
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JavaScript Length; You will often find it necessary to count characters and words in strings, particularly with strings from form submissions. For example, you might need to count the number of characters in a password to ensure that a user selects a password with a minimum number of characters.

 
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A JavaScript Prototype is an object from which other objects inherit properties. Every object has a prototype by default. An object in JavaScript is any unordered collection of key-value pairs. If it’s not a primitive (undefined, null, Boolean, number or string) its an object.

 
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JavaScript replace() Method: To replace information in a string, you can use regular expressions and the JavaScript replace() Method of the String object. The syntax for using the JavaScript replace() Method is as follows:



 
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JavaScript Match() Method compares a regular expression and a string to see whether they match. It returns an array containing one or more matches, depending on how it is used. If no match is found, it returns –1.

 
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JavaScript search() Method: Whenever working with a strings, sometimes we need to determine if a string contains some specific substring, and if it does, you need to determine where in the string that substring occurs.

 
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JavaScript String Format:  When you create a text string in JavaScript, a string object is associated with that string. The string object provides a series of methods you can use to adjust the format of the string. JavaScript String Format can be useful when you want to display a string and quickly apply some formatting to it. The JavaScript String Format are as follows:

 
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JavaScript Big Method: JavaScript Big Method is used to display a specified string in a big size font. JavaScript Big Method returns the string with the tag <BIG> surrounding it, like this: <big>string</big>

 
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JavaScript Blink Method: JavaScript Blink Method is used to display a specified string in blink tags. JavaScript Blink Method returns the string with the tag <BLINK> surrounding it, like this: <blink>string</blink>

 
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JavaScript Split Method: A delimiter is a sequence of one or more characters used to specify the boundary between separate, independent regions in plain text or other data streams. An example of a delimiter is the comma character, which acts as a field delimiter in a sequence of comma-separated values; each of the substrings is an element in the list.

 
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That’s right; there are three methods for getting part of a string out of a larger string. First, you can use slice. It takes two parameters: the first parameter is the starting index, and the second one is the ending index, meaning the index of the character after the last character in the desired substring. If you leave the second one off, it will slice until the end of the string.

 
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JavaScript Substr Method: If you wanted to pulls out a portion of a string and assign that cut-out part to another variable or use it in an expression, you would use the JavaScript Substr Method.

 
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JavaScript SubString Strings are constructed of characters. The JavaScript SubString method returns a set of characters within its calling String object. Its general syntax of JavaScript SubString method:

var NewSubstring = NewSubstring.substring (StartingPosition, EndPosition)

 
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JavaScript IndexOf() method Performs a case-sensitive search and returns the indexof the first occurrence of the specified substring in the calling String object argument, starting the search at the beginning of the string.