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Node | urlObject.pathname API
  • Last Updated : 31 May, 2019

With the help of urlObject.pathname() method, we can find the name of the path which is used by the given hostname. This contains all the things starting from the host (with the port) and before the beginning of the query or hash components, which are delimited by one of the ASCII question mark (?) or hash (#) characters.

Syntax: urlObject.pathname()
Return: Returns the pathname used(i.e.'/p/a/t/h')

Example 1:




const url = require('url'); 
      
var address =  
    
// Parse the address: 
var q = url.parse(address, true); 
    
/* The parse method returns an object containing 
 URL properties */
    
console.log(q.pathname); 

Output:

/a/b

Example 2:




const url = require('url'); 
      
var address =  
    
// Parse the address: 
var q = url.parse(address, true); 
    
/* The parse method returns an object containing 
 URL properties */
    
console.log(q.pathname); 

Output:

/

Supported Browsers:

  • Google Chrome
  • IE
  • Edge
  • Opera
  • Apple Safari

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