I'm trying to replace multiple words in a string with multiple other words. The string is "I have a cat, a dog, and a goat."  However, this does not produce "I have a dog, a goat, and a cat", but instead it produces "I have...
Using jQuery, I'd like to remove the whitespace and line breaks between HTML tags.  var widgetHTML = '    <div id="widget">        <h2>Widget</h2><p>Hi.</p>        </div>';   Should be:  alert...
I need to highlight, case insensitively, given keywords in a JavaScript string.  For example:   highlight("foobar Foo bar FOO", "foo") should return "<b>foo</b>bar <b>Foo</b> bar <b>FOO</b>...
I am so close to getting this, but it just isn't right.  All I would like to do is remove the character r from a string.  The problem is, there is more than one instance of r in the string. However, it is always the character at index 4 (so the...
Given this function:  function Repeater(template) {      var repeater = {          markup: template,          replace: function(pattern, value) {             this.markup = this.markup.replace(pattern, value);         }      };      return repeater;...
For some reason the "".replace() method only replaces the first occurrence and not the others. Any ideas?...
See my code snippet below:  var list = ['one', 'two', 'three', 'four']; var str = 'one two, one three, one four, one'; for ( var i = 0; i < list.length; i++) {      if (str.endsWith(list[i])      {...
Using this bit of code trims out hidden characters like carriage returns and linefeeds with nothing using javascript just fine:  value = value.replace(/[\r\n]*/g, "");   but when the code actually contains \r\n text what do I do to trim it wi...
Is it possible to disable, or even better, replace with a custom function, window.location?  This question is related: Disable a built-in function in javascript (alert)  While it works quite well for window.alert, this does not work for window.locati...
As the title states, I need to relace all occurrences of the $ sign in a string variable with an underscore.  I have tried:  str.replace(new RegExp('$', 'g'), '_');   But this doesn't work for me and nothing gets replaced....

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