I tried many ways to get a single backslash from an executed (I don't mean an input from html).    I can get special characters as tab, new line and many others then escape them to \\t or \\n or \\(someother character) but I cannot get a single...
Does JavaScript have a built-in function like PHP's addslashes (or addcslashes) function to add backslashes to characters that need escaping in a string?  For example, this:     This is a demo string with   'single-quotes' and "doub...
here is my string:  var str = "This is my \string";   This is my code:  var replaced = str.replace("/\\/", "\\\\");   I can't get my output to be:   "This is my \\string"   I have tried every combination I can th...
I have a javascript variable comming from legacy system with backslashes into forward slashes:   '/46\465531_Thumbnail.jpg'   and I am trying to convert into this:   '/46/465531_Thumbnail.jpg'.  There is no way to fix the problem on t...
I am using below code to match words in a comma separated string  <script> var str="testdata, W3\standard,";  var patt=/\bW3\\standard/g; document.write(str.match(patt) ); </script>   But it does not give me result even though i...
I am facing some issues with escaping of back slash, below is the code snippet I have tried. Issues is how to assign a variable with escaped slash to another variable.  var s = 'domain\\username'; var options = {     user : '' }; opti...
// malformed string var str = "C:\Windows\Fonts";  // C:WindowsFonts alert(str.replace(/\\/g, "/"));   How do I correctly replace \ with / so I can get C:/Windows/Fonts?...
I'm trying to split a string "\b1\c1\d1" into ["","b1","c1","d1"];  But even with string.split("\\") (and all ways that internet says) it simply give me a ["1c1d1"];  How can I get the resul...
I have a regex expression which removes any backslashes from a string if not followed by one of these characters: \ / or }.  It should turn this string:   foo\bar\\batz\/hi   Into this:  foobar\\batz\/hi   But the problem is that it is dealing with e...
I've JavaScript which searches for eg. a letter in a string and outputs "ok" if the letter is not there and "not ok" if the letter is there:   var term = "term";  var slash = "a";  var search =term.search(slash);...