Concatenate the result of a repeated n times function

Let's assume that you have the following function:

const randomChar = () => {
    let alphabet = 'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz';
    return alphabet[~~(Math.random() * alphabet.length)];

Now, you want repeat the execution of a JavaScript function n times and concatenate it with different results.

If n is small, let's say n < 5:

// If the string is short, you could write the concatenation manually
let x_4 = randomChar() + randomChar() + randomChar() + randomChar();

// gerx

If n is large, let's say n >= 5:

// If you want a random string of e.g. n = 50 chars
// The first solution would be a for loop
for(var i = 0, x_50 = ''; i < 50; i ++){
    x_50 += randomChar(); 

// gtuwjjxqgmpbmviluprsnbvfawrrmeeanwwvgecrgcwijomsgq

If the previous solution seems too long, consider the following alternative:

// You can use the reduce function with an array of size 50
// The previous solution is quicker, but this one is shorter
let x_50 = Array(50).fill().reduce(acc => acc + randomChar(), '');  

// sowdyufypborbgzzlmtkzxfcjfdviavuoqyglgnjwufsfjaene

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