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Monday, February 24, 2014

Concatenate Strings in javascript



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Concatenation refers to the act of combining two text strings into one longer text string.

1. Open a new HTML document in your preferred HTML or text editor.

2. Create the body of the document with opening and closing body tags:
<body>
</body>

3. Insert a script block in the body of the document:
<script language="JavaScript">
<!--
// -->
</script>

4. Create a variable named myVariable and assign the value "Hello" to it:

var myVariable = "Hello";

5. Create a second variable named anotherVariable and assign the value "there" to it:

var anotherVariable = "AspDotNetHelp";

6. Concatenate the values of myVariable and anotherVariable, along with a space between them, and assign the results to a third
variable named finalResults:

var finalResults = myVariable + " " + anotherVariable;

7. Display the results so that the final page looks like below

<body>
<script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript">
<!--
    var myVariable = "Hello";
    var anotherVariable = "AspDotNetHelp";
    var finalResults = myVariable + " " + anotherVariable;
    document.write(finalResults);
// -->
</script>
</body>

8. Save the file and close it.

9. Open the file in a browser. You should see the string "Hello AspDotNetHelp" displayed in the browser.



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