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const myString = 'Hello, world!';
const stringRepresentation = myString.toString();
console.log(stringRepresentation); // Output: 'Hello, world!'
In Python, you can use the `str()` function to convert a string to a string representation. This function takes an object as an argument and returns a string representation of the object. Here’s an example:
my_string = 'Hello, world!'
string_representation = str(my_string)
print(string_representation) # Output: 'Hello, world!'