return 'cat' [ 1 ] ; // returns "a"
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return 'cat'.charAt(1); // returns "a"
The other way (introduced in ECMAScript 5) is to treat the string as an array-like object, where individual characters correspond to a numerical index:
<span>return 'cat'; // returns "a"
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