toString vs valueOf methods | String Object In JavaScript

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Today you’re going to learn about the String Object In JavaScript.

This tutorial is a series of videos, in each video we will discuss a method (or more) of the String Object in JavaScript.

In today’s video, you’re going to learn about the toString, and valueOf methods.

The toString() method of a string object returns a string representing the specified string.

The valueOf() method returns the primitive value of a String object.

🟢🟠 The string.toString().
🔷 Syntax :

🟢🟠 The string.valueOf ().
🔷 Syntax :
valueOf ()

toString :
The String object overrides the toString() method of the Object object; it does not inherit Object.prototype.toString(). For String objects, the toString() method returns a string representation of the object and is the same as the String.prototype.valueOf() method.

The valueOf() method of String returns the primitive value of a String object as a string data type. This value is equivalent to String.prototype.toString().

This method is usually called internally by JavaScript and not explicitly in code.

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