Example 1 : using toString() method
In the first example, we'll use toString() method. Let's see the below code snippet
toString() method is a short and convenient method method for convert an array into comma separated string. For more info you can see this doc. So, above code snippet will produce the below output
Example 2 : using join() method
In the second example, we'll use join() method. Let's see the below code snippet
join() method is a very handy method. You cannot only convert into comma separated rather then any string or symbol you provide as parameter like join('='); See the doc for more info. So, above code snippet also produce the same output as we seen in example1.
That's it for today. Hope you'll enjoy through this tutorial. If you've any question or face any difficulty, catch me in the comment section. Thanks for reading :)
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