JavaScript String repeat() method

The repeat() method in JavaScript is used to repeat a string a specified number of times. This method takes a single argument, which is the number of times to repeat the string. If the number of times to repeat the string is a positive integer, the repeat() method returns a new string that is the result of repeating the original string the specified number of times. If the number of times to repeat the string is not a positive integer, the repeat() method returns the original string.

Here is an example of how the repeat() method works:

const string1 = 'Hello, world!';

const result = string1.repeat(3);

// the result will be: 'Hello, world!Hello, world!Hello, world!'

In the code example above, we first declare a string called string1 that contains the text Hello, world!. We then use the repeat() method to repeat the string1 string three times. The repeat() method takes a single argument, which is the number of times to repeat the string. In this case, we pass in the number 3 as the argument to the repeat() method.

As a result of calling the repeat() method, the result variable will be set to 'Hello, world!Hello, world!Hello, world!', which is the string1 string repeated three times. If the repeat() method was called with a non-positive integer argument, the result variable would be set to the original string1 string.

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