by Sai gowtham

How to make copy of a string in JavaScript

JavaScript has a built-in slice() method by using that we can make a copy of a string.

Example:

const str = "apple";

const copy = str.slice();

console.log(copy); // "apple"

Similary, you can also do it by assigning the old string to a new variable.

const str = "apple";

const copy = str;

console.log(copy); // "apple

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