ECMAScript 2016

ECMAScript 2016


ECMAScript 2016 
 
In this tutorial, you will learn about ECMAScript 2016 or ES 2016:-
Introducing the new features that ECMAScript 2016 (ES7) adds to JavaScript :-
 
  • JavaScript Exponentiation (**)
  • JavaScript Exponentiation assignment (**=)
  • JavaScript String includes() Method
 
JavaScript Exponentiation Operator
 
Gives the same result as an Exponentiation operator like Math.pow(a, b).
 
The Syntax of the Exponentiation Operator is as follows: - 
Math.pow(10, 2) ­čí║ 10 ** 2
 
Example 1 –
 
 
Output –
 
JavaScript Exponentiation assignment 
 
The exponentiation assignment operator (**=) raises the value of a variable to the power of the right operand. 
 
Example 1 –
 
 
Output –
JavaScript String includes() method
 
In this Tutorial, we will learn about JavaScript String includes() method with the help of following below:
The includes() method will be true if the string includes the specified word else return false.
Syntax
var includesStr = str.includes(searchString, position);
 
Example 1 –
 
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/i59Sg5Xt8zwHe05B9aMR9u0DzK_0Q0I4EhNcgMTngDNotKuswiCf6OZfRhjmBKXtoW1_Bm3zfFfC5ykr30UhhrgQKnadVxq_aSGuYy_xpV0SSLGUwaM3bbz5sTgvimk9AC_XanRx
 
Output -
true
 
Example 2 –
 
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-XYHGYgw8PqE8FFTg-oyuoGrUOVbkyBPdiCPPN24BA9XaWbg3PEnS1ClGFnSGOYlBO_zTpwBaVxHqjZiG5bmz09jsLDJ72Bt9xzr-cIwoEpQBCzUJFTu_y1y7yDDypc9FOttSXjp
 
Output –
 
false