How to convert an Array to a String in JavaScript

Last updated on Sep 3, 2020 by Suraj Sharma

In this tutorial, you will learn 4 different ways to convert an array of values to a string in JavaScript

1. Array.forEach()

Array.forEach method iterates through all the elements in an Array, each iteration concates an array element to a previously stored string.

let str = '';
['Hello', 'World', 1, 2, 3].forEach(ele=>{
  str += ele;
console.log(str); // "HelloWorld123"

2. Array.toString()

Array.toString method is a built-in function that converts an array of elements to a string. By default, it separates the elements with a comma (",").

console.log(['Hello', 'World', 1, 2, 3].toString())
// "Hello,World,1,2,3"

console.log([{}, null, undefined, NaN].toString())
// "[object Object],,,NaN"

3. Array.join()

Array.join method takes an argument, which acts as a separator between the array elements in the newly created string. If no argument is passed, the array elements are separated with a comma (",") in the string.

console.log(["JavaScript", "is", "fun"].join('-'))
// JavaScript-is-fun

console.log(["React", "Angular", "Vue"].join())
// React,Angular,Vue

4. Array.reduce()

Array.reduce method iterates through an array of elements and finally returns a single accumulated value or a string.

console.log(["s","u","r","a","j"].reduce((acc, val)=>acc+val, ''))
// "suraj"

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Suraj Sharma is a Full Stack Software Engineer. He holds a B.Tech degree in Computer Science & Engineering from NIT Rourkela.