How to Use the LPAD Function in JavaScript?

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In JavaScript, you can use the padStart() method to achieve the same functionality as the LPAD function in other programming languages. The padStart() method allows you to add padding (specified by a string) to the beginning of a string, until it reaches a specified length. Here’s an example of how you could use it:

let originalString = '1234';
let paddedString = originalString.padStart(10, '0');

This will output:


In this example, the originalString is padded with 0s until its length reaches 10.

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