Below is the example of the string length Property.
// length property for string
object.length where the object can either be a string object or an array object
Input : print("GeeksForGeeks".length) Output :13 Input : print([1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9].length) Output :9
In the first example, 13 is the number of characters in the string “GeeksForGeeks”, hence the output is 13.
And likewise in the second example, the length of the array is 9 and so is the output
- TypeScript | String Length Property
- HTML | DOM History length Property
- HTML | Window length Property
- HTML | DOM length Property
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