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1 line of code: How to lower case a string

const toLowerCase = str => str.split(" ").map((m) => ${m.charAt(0).toLowerCase()}${m.slice(1)}`).join(" ");
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Returns a new string in lower case. Uses spaces as delimiter.


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kao

Sorry, I think I am confused. why not call the toLowerCase() function? str.toLowerCase()?

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