Strings & Characters

In JavaScript there is no data type for a single character.
Data Types


Single or Double Quote

Strings you can use single or double quotes

let string1 = "some ' text";  
let string2 = 'some " text';
let string3 = `some text`;

There is no difference between the single and double quotes.
Backticks were added in ES 2015 to provide another way of writing a string literal.


var combine = "Mon" + "Tue"; 
var v2 = combine[4]; // T - 0 based
var length = combine.length; // 6

There is no multi-line string syntax
new line \n
string literal delimiter \" or \'
unicode characters \u00A9


escape characters \" for double quotes
backslash single quote
backslash double quote


Converting

Converting


Comparing


var one='a';  
var two='b';
console.log( one < two ); // true




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