Convert array to string with brackets and quotes in JavaScript

This article is about how to convert an array to a string with brackets and quotes.

Let’s say you have an array with names of fruits like this.

["Banana", "Orange", "Mango"];

And you want to print it out in the DOM as a string “[“Banana”, “Orange”, “Mango”]” with its bracket and quotes just like an array.

So how do we do it?

Well to convert it into a string while preserving its brackets and quotes we can just use the JSON.stringify() method.

The JSON.stringify() method converts a JavaScript object or value to a JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) string


const fruits = ["Banana", "Orange", "Mango"];
const fruitsStr = JSON.stringify(fruits)




If you want to check if it’s a string or not, you can use the typeof keyword like this

console.log(typeof fruitsStr) //string

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