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JavaScript Strings

JavaScript Strings are mainly used for storing and manipulating text.

JavaScript Strings is mainly a continuous series of characters that are to be placed within quotes.

String data type is always placed within quotes which is either single or double quotes.


For example,

var str = ‘Hello TutorialsLink!’;

var str1 = “Hello TutorialsLink!”


We can also use quotes inside a string which is already surrounded by a pair of quotes, as long as they don’t match that quotes which are surrounding the string.


For example,

var str = “Hello ‘TutorialsLink!’ ”;



var str = 'Welcome \' TutorialsLink! \'';