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What is the syntax for replacing all occurrences of a string in JavaScript?

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@toddDec 02.2022 — To replace all occurrences of a string in JavaScript, you can use the replace() method and pass a regular expression with the g flag as the first argument. For example:

const str = "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.";
const newStr = str.replace(/the/g, "a");

This code will replace all occurrences of the string "the" with the string "a" in the str variable, and the resulting string will be stored in the newStr variable.


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