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JavaScript

Istvan Toth
Istvan Toth
12,795 Points

Usage of .lowercase .toLowerCase()

What if i use .toLowerCase() like that?

const search = prompt('Search for a product.').toLowerCase();

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,596 Points

Applying a method to the result of calling another method or function is a very common technique known as chaining.

I'm guessing you just managed to discover it before you got to the lesson where it is introduced.   :wink: