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For all the obtuse native functions javascript offers ( "wat".blink() ?), there isn't a simple way to parse cookies and get the value of a single key .

The inter-webs, however, always provide. In my roamings, I have found what is now my favorite getCookie one liner. Here goes:

('; ' + document.cookie) .split('; ' + key + '=') .pop() .split(';') .shift()

Okay, that's not an one-liner, but only for your sake, because we're going to understand that beauty line-by-line.

Let's assume we have the following cookies:

&quot;first=1; doit=2; cookies=3&quot;

Line 1

('; ' + document.cookie)

Nothing special here: we may be searching for the first key, which isn't preceded by ; . Thus, we add it.

Our cookie now looks like this:

&quot;; first=1; doit=2; cookies=3&quot;

Line 2

.split('; ' + key + '=')

From MDN :

The split() method splits a String object into an array of strings by separating the string into substrings. When found, separator is removed from the string and the substrings are returned in an array.

Here, we split the string in two parts, creating an array.

The first part contains everything before our key. We can ignore that.

The second part contains everything after our key. Including the value.

Using the key doit , this is what we would get:

[&quot;; first=1&quot;, &quot;2; cookies=3&quot;] Line 3

.pop()

From MDN :

The pop method removes the last element from an array and returns that value to the caller

As I promised, we can ignore the first value in that array. Therefore, pop gives us the interesting part:

&quot;2; cookies=3&quot;

Line 4

.split(';')

It's pretty easy from now on, huh? We're getting an array whose first index will contain our desired value. The result:

[&quot;2&quot;, &quot; cookies=3&quot;] Line 5

.shift()

From MDN :

The shift() method removes the first element from an array and returns that element. This method changes the length of the array.

And for the grand finale, we extract the first value of the array.

Voilà: "2"

That's it.

Cya!

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