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Method Chaining

Method Chaining

Method Chaining is a feature.

Method chaining, also known as named parameter idiom, is a common syntax for invoking multiple method calls in object-oriented programming languages. Each method returns an object, allowing the calls to be chained together in a single statement without requiring variables to store the intermediate results.


Languages with Method Chaining include JavaScript

Example from JavaScript:
"hello world".toString().substr(0, 1).length
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