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This method returns a
String representation of the elements withing the calling array. This method is somewhat similar to the
join() method. It returns a string value of all the array elements separated by a comma (
['a', 'boy', 'from', 'mars'].toString() // 'a , boy, from, mars'
// Array of names const names = ['john', 'chris', 'mike', 'kap', 'will'] // Convert to string const stringNames = names.toString() console.log(stringNames) // output: john,chris,mike,kap,will
[1, 2, 3, 4, 'boy'].toString()
A single string representation of all the values contained in the array
// Create array with strings const values = ['1', '2', '3', '4']; // Convert array to string separated by a comma const string = values.toString(); console.log(string); // output: 1,2,3,4
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