[StringObject Function]


Locates a character or String within another String. By default, searches from the end of the String, but can also work backwards from a given index, allowing for the locating of all instances of the character or String.


myString.lastIndexOf(val, from)


myString: a variable of type String

val: the value to search for - char or String

from: the index to work backwards from


The index of val within the String, or -1 if not found.

See also

  • Language c_str()

  • Language charAt()

  • Language compareTo()

  • Language concat()

  • Language endsWith()

  • Language equals()

  • Language equalsIgnoreCase()

  • Language getBytes()

  • Language indexOf()

  • Language length()

  • Language remove()

  • Language replace()

  • Language reserve()

  • Language setCharAt()

  • Language startsWith()

  • Language substring()

  • Language toCharArray()

  • Language toDouble()

  • Language toFloat()

  • Language toInt()

  • Language toLowerCase()

  • Language toUpperCase()

  • Language trim()