The join method, makes an array turn into a string and joins it all together. It does not change the original array. Here's the syntax for using join:


The separator argument is optional and specifies the character to be used to separate the elements in the resulting string. If omitted, the array elements are separated with a comma (,).

For example:

let array = ["one", "two", "three", "four"]; 

console.log(array.join(" ")); 

// Result: one two three four

Any separator can be specified but the default one is a comma (,).

In the above example, a space is used as a separator. You can also use join to convert an array-like object (such as an arguments object or a NodeList object) to a string by first converting it to an array using the Array.prototype.slice() method:

function printArguments() {
  console.log(', '));

printArguments('a', 'b', 'c'); // Result: "a, b, c"

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