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JavaScript String endsWith() Method

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Example

Check if a string ends with "universe.":

var str = "Hello world, welcome to the universe.";
var n = str.endsWith("universe.");

The result of n will be:

true
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Definition and Usage

The endsWith() method determines whether a string ends with the characters of a specified string.

This method returns true if the string ends with the characters, and false if not.

Note: The endsWith() method is case sensitive.


Browser Support

Method
endsWith() 41 12.0 17 9 36

Syntax

string.endsWith(searchvalue, length)

Parameter Values

Parameter Description
searchvalue Required. The string to search for
length Optional. Specify the length of the string to search. If omitted, the default value is the length of the string

Technical Details

Return Value: A Boolean. Returns true if the string ends with the value, otherwise it returns false
JavaScript Version: ECMAScript 6

More Examples

Check if a string ends with "world", assuming the string is 11 characters long:

var str = "Hello world, welcome to the universe.";
var n = str.endsWith("world", 11);

The result of n will be:

true
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❮ JavaScript String Reference