To check if a string ends with another, we can use the built-in
endsWith() method takes the search string as an argument and returns
true if a search string is found; otherwise, it returns
Here is an example:
const str = 'How are you'; console.log(str.endsWith('you'));
We can also set the length of a string by passing the second argument to
endsWith() method, by default length points to string.length property value.
In this example, we are checking if a string ends with
are substring, by assumming the string contains only 7 characters.
const str = 'How are you'; console.log(str.endsWith('are', 7));
Note: The endsWith() method is case-sensitive.