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6.10.1 The toString() Method

6.10.1 The toString() Method

The toString()method takes no arguments; it returns a string that somehow represents the value of the object on which it is invoked. JavaScript invokes this method of an object whenever it needs to convert the object to a string. This occurs, for example, when you use the + operator to concatenate a string with an object or when you pass an object to a method that expects a string.

The default toString() method is not very informative (though it is useful for determining the class of an object, as we saw in §6.8.2 ). For example, the following line of code simply evaluates to the string “[object Object]”:

var s = { x:1, y:1 }.toString();

Because this default method does not display much useful information, many classes define their own versions of toString(). For example, when an array is converted to a string, you obtain a list of the array elements, themselves each converted to a string, and when a function is converted to a string, you obtain the source code for the function. These customized versions of the toString() method are documented in the reference section. See Array.toString(), Date.toString(), and Function.toString(), for example.

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