s) new String(
new operator, the
String( ) function converts its
argument to a string. With the
operator, it is a constructor that wraps the converted value in a
The number of characters in the string. Read-only.
Returns the character at position
n in the string.
Returns the Unicode encoding of the character at position
n in the string. JS 1.2; JScript 5.5;
Returns a new string that results from converting each of the arguments to a string and concatenating the resulting strings. JS 1.2; JScript 3.0; ECMA v3.
Returns the position of the first occurrence of
substring within this string that
appears at or after the
position or -1 if no such occurrence is found. If
start is omitted, 0 is used.
Returns the position of the last occurrence of
string that appears before the
start position, or -1 if no such
occurrence is found. If
is omitted, the string length is used.
Matches this string against the specified regular
expression and returns an array containing the match results or
null if no match is found. If
regexp is not a global regular
expression, the returned array is the same as for the
RegExp.exec( ) method. If
regexp is global (has the “g”
attribute), the elements of the returned array contain the text
of each match found. JS 1.2; JScript 3.0; ECMA v3.