JavaScript Split Method

Last Updated On Sunday 27th Mar 2022

JavaScript Split

  • The JavaScript split() method splits a string into an array of sub strings.
  • The split method takes two arguments and they’re both optional.
  • One is Seperator and another one is limit
  • Separator – determines the character to use for splitting the string.
  • limit – is an integer specifying the number of splits.Items after this will not be included

javascript split string

Its upto you where and how to split.

	let string = "Hi I'm Your New Friend";
let splitted = string.split(" ");
console.log(splitted);
	

javascript split string into array

	["Hi","I'm","Your","New","Friend"]
	
	console.log(splitted[2]); // Your
	

javascript split string by comma ,

	let string1 = "Hello, How are You today?";
let splitted1 = string1.split(",");
console.log(splitted1);
	
	["Hello","How are You today?"]
	

Let split a string without a space

	let string2 = "Yesterday";
let splitted2 = string2.split("");
console.log(splitted2);
	
	["Y", "e", "s", "t", "e", "r", "d", "a", "y"];
	

Let split the string by a letter

  • It Takes letter away
	let string3 = "Yesterday";
let splitted3 = string3.split("e");
console.log(splitted3);
	
	["Y", "st", "rday"];
	
  • limit is 1
	let string4 = "Yesterday";
let splitted4 = string4.split("e",1);
console.log(splitted4);
	
	["Y"];