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I cannot count the words in Javascript. Instead of counting words, it gave me an error, like this.
Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'split' of undefined


What I have tried:

I tried to use the split() method but it does not work and gave me an error
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Updated 3-May-21 4:30am
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Chris Copeland 30-Apr-21 4:32am
   
You haven't provided us with any examples or code so we can't diagnose the issue. We need to be able to see what you've written in order to be able to provide help.
Richard MacCutchan 30-Apr-21 6:52am
   
Look at the error message. it is telling you that you are trying to call split on a null object. So you need to examine your code and find out why the object reference at that line is null.

1 solution

You haven’t supplied us with any code for your problem.

I assume you want to count the number of words in a string

You can use the ".length" property of arrays to find how big it is.



var myString = "How are you doing today?";
var words = myString.split(" ");

console.log(words.length)
   
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