JavaScript Strings and Template Literals
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JavaScript Strings and Template Literals

Explore the use and creation of strings in JavaScript, including the concept of template literals and escape sequence characters. Learn about string manipulation, determination of string length, and indexing of strings.

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Questions and Answers

Which property is used to determine the length of a string in JavaScript?

length

How are strings indexed in JavaScript?

Starting from 0

What is used to define a template literal string in JavaScript?

Backtick (`)

What is the purpose of using escape sequence characters in a string?

<p>To add special characters to a string</p> Signup and view all the answers

Which of the following is NOT a way to create a string in JavaScript?

<p><code>var str = new String('Hello');</code></p> Signup and view all the answers

Study Notes

  • Today's video topic is about strings in JavaScript.
  • String is a collection of characters used to save or manipulate text in JavaScript.
  • Strings can be created using double quotes or single quotes.
  • The length of a string can be determined using the .length property.
  • Strings are indexed starting from 0.
  • Template literals is a syntax to create strings that allows for string interpolation and using both single and double quotes within the string.
  • Backtick (``) is used to define a template literal string.
  • Escape sequence characters, such as \' for single quotes or \" for double quotes, are used to include special characters within a string without closing the string.
  • The text explains the use and creation of strings in JavaScript, including the concept of template literals and escape sequence characters.

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