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JavaScript String toLocaleLowerCase() Method

In an earlier section, we had learnt that a string can be easily converted to lowercase letter using toLowerCase() method. While converting the string to lowercase letter the result may vary due to conflicts between different languages. In Western languages the letter 'i' upper cases to letter 'I' while in Turkish the letter 'i' uppercases to dotted letter '?' . To overcome these problems, we can use toLocaleLowerCase() method.

JavaScript string toLocaleLowerCase() method converts the string to lowercase letter on the basis of host's current locale. In most cases, this method returns the similar result as the toLowerCase() method.

Syntax

The toLocaleLowerCase() method is represented by the following syntax:

Returns

A string of lowercase letter on the basis of host's current locale.

JavaScript String toLocaleLowerCase() Method Example

Let's see some simple examples of toLocaleLowerCase() method.

Example 1

Here, we will print the given string in lowercase letter.

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Output:

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Example 2

Let's see one more example to print the given string in lowercase letter.

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Output:

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