# Built-in/Predefined Methods in JavaScript

In JavaScript, however, a method is a function that belongs to an object. A JavaScript method is a property containing a function definition.

There is a long list of Built-in or pre-defined methods in JavaScript

Maths Methods in JavaScript

• min() ->Returns the smallest of zero or more numbers.
• pow() ->Returns base to the exponent power, that is, base exponent.
• abs() ->Returns the absolute value of a number.
• acos() ->Returns the arccosine (in radians) of a number.
• asin() ->Returns the arcsine (in radians) of a number.
• sin() ->Returns the sine of a number.
• sqrt() ->Returns the square root of a number.
• tan() ->Returns the tangent of a number.
• atan() ->Returns the arctangent (in radians) of a number.
• atan2() ->Returns the arctangent of the quotient of its arguments.
• exp() ->Returns EN, where N is the argument, and E is Euler’s constant, the base of the natural logarithm.
• floor() ->Returns the largest integer less than or equal to a number.
• log() ->Returns the natural logarithm (base E) of a number.
• max() ->Returns the largest of zero or more numbers.
• ceil() ->Returns the smallest integer greater than or equal to a number.
• cos() ->Returns the cosine of a number.
• random() ->Returns a pseudo-random number between 0 and 1.
• round() ->Returns the value of a number rounded to the nearest integer.
• toSource() ->Returns the string “Math”.

Boolean Methods in JavaScript

• toString() ->Returns a string of either “true” or “false” depending upon the value of the object.
• toSource() ->Returns a string containing the source of the Boolean object; you can use this string to create an equivalent object.
• valueOf() ->Returns the primitive value of the Boolean object.

String Methods in JavaScript

• length() ->Returns the length of the string.
• search() ->Executes the search for a match between a regular expression and a specified string.
• split() ->Splits a String object into an array of strings by separating the string into substrings.
• lastIndexOf() ->Returns the index within the calling String object of the last occurrence of the specified value, or -1 if not found.
• charAt() ->Returns the character at the specified index.
• match() ->Used to match a regular expression against a string.
• charCodeAt() ->Returns a number indicating the Unicode value of the character at the given index.
• concat()-Combines the text of two strings and returns a new string.
• replace() ->Used to find a match between a regular expression and a string and to replace the matched substring with a new substring.
• substr() ->Returns the characters in a string beginning at the specified location through the specified number of characters.
• toLowerCase() ->Returns the calling string value converted to lower case.
• toString() ->Returns a string representing the specified object.
• toUpperCase() ->Returns the calling string value converted to uppercase.
• valueOf() ->Returns the primitive value of the specified object.
• toLocaleLowerCase() ->The characters within a string are converted to lower case while respecting the current locale.
• toLocaleUpperCase() ->The characters within a string are converted to the upper case while respecting the current locale.
• substring() ->Returns the characters in a string between two indexes into the string.

Array Methods in JavaScript

• every() ->Returns true if every element in this array satisfies the provided testing function.
• reduce() ->Apply a function simultaneously against two values of the array (from left-to-right) as to reduce it to a single value.
• filter() ->Creates a new array with all of the elements of this array for which the provided filtering function returns true.
• forEach() ->Calls a function for each element in the array.
• indexOf() ->Returns the first (least) index of an element within the array equal to the specified value, or -1 if none is found.
• join() ->Joins all elements of an array into a string.
• slice() ->Extracts a section of an array and returns a new array.
• some() ->Returns true if at least one element in this array satisfies the provided testing function.
• toSource() ->Represents the source code of an object
• lastIndexOf() ->Returns the last (greatest) index of an element within the array equal to the specified value, or -1 if none is found.
• map() ->Creates a new array with the results of calling a provided function on every element in this array.
• reduceRight() ->Apply a function simultaneously against two values of the array (from right-to-left) as to reduce it to a single value.
• reverse() ->Reverses the order of the elements of an array — the first becomes the last, and the last becomes the first.
• shift() ->Removes the first element from an array and returns that element.
• sort() ->Sorts the elements of an array.
• splice() ->Adds and/or removes elements from an array.
• toString() ->Returns a string representing the array and its elements.
• pop() ->Removes the last element from an array and returns that element.
• push()->Adds one or more elements to the end of an array and returns the new length of the array.

Date Methods in JavaScript

• getTime() ->Returns the numeric value of the specified date as the number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 UTC.
• setTime() ->Sets the Date object to the time represented by a number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 UTC.
• getTimezoneOffset() ->Returns the time-zone offset in minutes for the current locale.
• getUTCDate() ->Returns the day (date) of the month in the specified date according to universal time.
• setUTCDate() ->Sets the day of the month for a specified date according to universal time.
• getUTCDay() ->Returns the day of the week in the specified date according to universal time.
• getUTCFullYear() ->Returns the year in the specified date according to universal time.
• getUTCHours() ->Returns the hours in the specified date according to universal time.
• getUTCMilliseconds() ->Returns the milliseconds in the specified date according to universal time.
• getUTCMinutes() ->Returns the minutes in the specified date according to universal time.
• getUTCMonth() ->Returns the month in the specified date according to universal time.
• getUTCSeconds() ->Returns the seconds in the specified date according to universal time.
• getYear() ->Deprecated – Returns the year in the specified date according to local time. Use getFullYear instead.
• setYear() ->Deprecated – Sets the year for a specified date according to local time. Use setFullYear instead.
• setDate() ->Sets the day of the month for a specified date according to local time.
• getDate() ->Returns the day of the month for the specified date according to local time.
• setFullYear() ->Sets the full year for a specified date according to local time.
• setHours() ->Sets the hours for a specified date according to local time.
• setMilliseconds() ->Sets the milliseconds for a specified date according to local time.
• setMinutes() ->Sets the minutes for a specified date according to local time.
• getMonth() ->Returns the month in the specified date according to local time.
• setMonth() ->Sets the month for a specified date according to local time.
• getSeconds() ->Returns the seconds in the specified date according to local time.
• setSeconds() ->Sets the seconds for a specified date according to local time.
• setUTCFullYear() ->Sets the full year for a specified date according to universal time.
• setUTCHours() ->Sets the hour for a specified date according to universal time.
• setUTCMilliseconds() ->Sets the milliseconds for a specified date according to universal time.
• setUTCMinutes() ->Sets the minutes for a specified date according to universal time.
• setUTCMonth() ->Sets the month for a specified date according to universal time.
• setUTCSeconds() ->Sets the seconds for a specified date according to universal time.
• toDateString() ->Returns the “date” portion of the Date as a human-readable string.
• toGMTString() ->Deprecated – Converts a date to a string, using the Internet GMT conventions. Use toUTCString instead.
• toString() ->Returns a string representing the specified Date object.
• toTimeString() ->Returns the “time” portion of the Date as a human-readable string.
• valueOf() ->Returns the primitive value of a Date object.
• Date() ->Returns today’s date and time
• getDay() ->Returns the day of the week for the specified date according to local time.
• getFullYear() ->Returns the year of the specified date according to local time.
• toLocaleDateString() ->Returns the “date” portion of the Date as a string, using the current locale’s conventions.
• toLocaleFormat() ->Converts a date to a string, using a format string.
• toLocaleTimeString() ->Returns the “time” portion of the Date as a string, using the current locale’s conventions.
• getHours() ->Returns the hour in the specified date according to local time.
• getMilliseconds() ->Returns the milliseconds in the specified date according to local time.
• getMinutes() ->Returns the minutes in the specified date according to local time.

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