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Reverse a string in JavaScript

Reverse a string in JavaScript


Reverse String is an operation in which the original string provided by the user is modified in such a way that the characters in it are arranged in reverse order starting from the last character to the first character, resulting in a new string that is the inverse of the original.

Step1: Check the input string so that if it is empty, has only one character, or is not of string    type, it returns “Not Valid string.”

Step2: If the previous condition is false, we can create an array to store the result. revArray[] is the new array in this case.

Step3: Loop through the array from beginning to end, pushing each item in the array revArray[].

Step4: To join the elements of an array into a string, use the JavaScript prebuilt function join().

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            function ReverseString(str) {
                // Check input valid or not based on length 
                if(!str || str.length < 2 ||
                        typeof str!== 'string') {
                    return 'Not valid';
                // Take empty array revArray
                const revArray = [];
                const length = str.length - 1;
                // Looping from the end
                for(let i = length; i >= 0; i--) {
                // Joining the array elements
                return revArray.join('');


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