Sass String Functions

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Sass String Functions

The following are the list of inbuilt string functions available in Sass language.

quote()Returns a string as a quoted string.
str-index()Returns the first index of a substring in a string, or null if a string doesn't contain a substring.
str-insert()Returns a copy of a string with a new letter(s) inserted at the specified index.
str-length()Returns the number of characters in a string.
str-slice()Returns the slice of a string starting at the specified index and ending at the specified index.
to-upper-case()Returns a copy of a string with the ASCII letters converted to upper case.
to-lower-case()Returns a copy of a string with the ASCII letters converted to lower case.
unique-id()Returns a randomly-generated unquoted string that’s guaranteed to be a valid CSS identifier and to be unique within the current Sass compilation.
unquote()Returns a string as an unquoted string.


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