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The String functions startsWith() and endsWith() allow you to check what character or substring a given String starts or ends with. They're basically special cases of substring.

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The String functions startsWith() and endsWith() allow you to check what character or substring a given String starts or ends with. They're basically special cases of substring.

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The String functions startsWith() and endsWith() allow you to check what character or substring a given String starts or ends with. They're basically special cases of @@substring.

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The String functions startsWith() and endsWith() allow you to check what character or substring a given String starts or ends with. They're basically special cases of substring.

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String startsWith and endsWith Functions

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