How do I remove accentuated characters from a string?  Especially in IE6, I had something like this:  accentsTidy = function(s){     var r=s.toLowerCase();     r = r.replace(new RegExp(/\s/g),"");     r = r.replace(new RegExp(/[àáâãäå...
How can I replace diacritics (?,?,? etc) with their "normal" form (a,s,t) in javascript?...
I'm trying to make a dynamic regex that matches a person's name. It works without problems on most names, until I ran into accented characters at the end of the name.  Example: Some Fancy Namé  The regex I've used so far is:  /\b(Fancy N...
Background  I developed a jQuery-based shuttle widget for HTML select elements because I could not find one that was minimally codified and offered a regular expression filter that compensated for diacritics.  Problem  When a few thousand entries are...
I'm making a bot that answers questions given some key words. It's a very easy code developed by Deni Spasovski. However, my website is in Spanish, and I need to be able to use accent marks & ñ as part of the key words. For example:  { &...
I have an hidden element that receives a JSON string from a multidimensional array. When I try to get this string it returns null because of some accents. The original array is ISO-8859-1. How can I adjust this? It will be parsed with JS to populate...
I'm trying to set some text to jQuery UI Dialog.  When passing a text with Umlauts, it appears in the body as intended, but in the title as ü.  $(document).ready(function() {   zeigeDialog("ü", "ü"); })...
let me state cleary at the beginning that I know about the embedding issue in flash.  So, to the point. If sIFR replaces an umlaut (ä,ö,ü) which is hard coded in the HTML file everythings works fine. But when I want to insert it dynamically it is...
I've been trying come up with a regex that will replace a word that may or may not contain accent characters.  I've been researching this for the past couple days, but cannot find the information I need to solve my problem.  I had come up wit...
I need to match a word with a French character (dérange) with a regular expression. So far I have this:         var text = "An inconvenient (qui dérange) truth";     var splitText = text.trim().match(/\w+|\s+|[^\s\w]+/g);          console.l...

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