We’ve talked here on the blog about arrays in JavaScript and how to work with them to create and manipulate the data in an array tasks are really simple but the language provides other means to further facilitate the life of programmers. JOIN and CONCAT methods are great examples of this, and we know a little more about them in sequence.


This method is used when you want to join an array into a single string using a separator character, check out the example below:

<script language=”JavaScript” type=”text/javascript”>
var num = new Array (3);
num[0] = 10;
num[1] = 20;
num[2] = 30;
document.write (num.join(“/”));

What will be printed to the screen from the code shown in the example is “10/20/30”, this way you can create a single string with all the data separated by the character entered.


This method is used to join two or more arrays into one, as shown below:

<script language=”JavaScript” type=”text/javascript”>
var Text1= new Array (“1″, “2″, “3″);
var Text2 = new Array (“4″, “5″, “6″);

var uni = Texto1.concat(Texto2);
document.write (uni);

he result to be displayed on the screen will be “1,2,3,4,5,6”.


The practical use of each of these methods will vary according to the logic that will be applied, so well understand how they work can help solve a problem eminent.

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August 14, 2013


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