To split a string into two strings in TypeScript, you can use the
split() function to split the string into an array of substrings based on a separator. Then, you can use the
substring() function to extract the two substrings from the resulting array.
Here's an example:
let myString = "hello world"; let separator = " "; let myArray = myString.split(separator); let firstSubstring = myArray; let secondSubstring = myArray; console.log(firstSubstring); // outputs "hello" console.log(secondSubstring); // outputs "world"258 chars10 lines
In this example, the
myString variable holds the original string that we want to split. The
separator variable holds the character that we want to use as the separator (in this case, a space).
We then use the
split() function to split the
myString variable into an array of substrings based on the separator. This gives us the
myArray variable, which is an array containing two elements: "hello" and "world".
Finally, we use the
substring() function to extract the two substrings from the
myArray variable. We store the first substring in the
firstSubstring variable, and the second substring in the
console.log() statements at the end of the code output the values of the two substrings to the console.