The following is a quick JavaScript function which can determine if a string ends with a substring:

String.prototype.endsWith = function(str, ignoreCase) {
  return (ignoreCase ? this.toUpperCase() : this).slice(-str.length)
    == (ignoreCase ? str.toUpperCase() : str);

The above function is a function that, once defined, will exist for every string. The first parameter, which is the string to be found, is required. The second parameter, which is a boolean specifying to ignore casing if true, is not required and defaults to false. Here are some examples of how to use the above function:

alert("Chris".endsWith("is")); // true
alert("Chris".endsWith("Ris")); // false
alert("Chris".endsWith("Ris", true)); // true

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