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JAAFAR CHRAIBI
JAAFAR CHRAIBI
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if i want to make only for example the first and the last letter in uppercase mode ..how can i do that ?

if i want to make mercury into all uppercase .. i shall use the toUppercase method. But, how about if i only want to make the first "r" and the "u" (in mercrury) into uppercase while letting all the other letters in lowercase ?

1 Answer

Here's a way I came up with:

let answer = "mercury"

let changed = answer[0].toUpperCase() + answer.slice(1, answer.length - 1) + answer[answer.length - 1].toUpperCase()

console.log(changed)

There might be a better way to do it. Let me know if this helps!