There is a LIE inside Believe.

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There is a LIE inside Believe.

Post by james » Sat Sep 29, 2018 1:55 pm

There is a LIE inside Believe. Programming is all about picking out patterns.

Each letter in a word is numbered from the beginning letter. For a WORD; the numbering goes: 0, 1, 2, 3. The string of letters forms a pattern of numbers. ( we start counting at ZERO )

Let's put the word "BELIEVE" inside a variable called "stringOfLetters" in JavaScript:

VAR stringOfLetters = "BELIEVE";

Now, let's pull out the letters starting at the second position to the fifth position and put them in the variable "extractedPattern"::

VAR extractedPattern = stringOfLetters.slice (2, 5);

We use the method SLICE to (literally) slice-out some letters.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<p id="demo"></p>

var stringOfLetters = "BELIEVE";
var extractedPattern = stringOfLetters.slice(2,5);

document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML = extractedPattern;


This prints out the LIE in BELIEVE.
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