Everything you need to know about JavaScript replace text

In JavaScript programming language, replace text is used very commonly in string.
It is a very common operation in JavaScript.
Here, we are going to shed some light on this concept.
If you are beginner in JavaScript programming language, then you must continue reading this out.
This is because, here we are going to help you out.
You must keep in mind that you will have to use the replace text a lot in your career.
So, you must get a good grip on it.
img First thing you need to understand is that it is a very simple and easy thing to do.
All you need to do is to get a clarity of the concept and try it on your own.
You do this and you are ready to go.
Now, we are going to share the syntax of the replace text in JavaScript coding language.

Syntax of replace text:

Following is the syntax of replace text:

stringObj.replace(rgExp, replaceText)  

Parameters of replace text:

Now, we are going to explain the parameters of this concept.
It has three parameters.
These are stringobj, egexp as well as replace text.
The stringobj is a required parameter of replace text.
It is the string object which is the target.
It means that upon which the replacement function will run.
Here, we would like to add that the string is not modified by the replace code.
In fact, we can say that the result of return value which is achieved by this method is the string of this replacement.
RgExp: This is also a required parameter.
It contains the regular expression pattern as well as all the applicable flags.
The third parameter is the replace text which is also a required parameter.
If you are using internet explorer 5.
5 or above, then you will be able to get the replacement text just by using the replace text.
This is because of the reason that replace text can work just like a function in order to get the desired results.

Example:

The following example shows an easy way to use the replace method to replace all instances of "the" with "a."

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var s = "the batter hit the ball with the bat";  
// Replace "the" with "a".  
var re = /the/g;  
var result = s.replace(re, "a");  
document.write(result);  
// Output: a batter hit a ball with a bat  

You can use replace text in this way in your code.

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