Let's say that I have an Javascript array looking as following:    ["Element 1","Element 2","Element 3",...]; // with close to a hundred elements.   What approach would be appropriate to chunk (split) the array into many...
How do I split a string with multiple separators in JavaScript?  I'm trying to split on both commas and spaces but, AFAIK, JS's split function only supports one separator....
I need to break apart a string that always looks like this:     something -- something_else.    I need to put "something_else" in another input field. Currently, this string example is being added to an HTML table row on the fly like this:...
I need to split a JavaScript array into n sized chunks.  E.g.: Given this array  ["a1", "a2", "a3", "a4", "a5", "a6", "a7", "a8", "a9", "a10", "a11", "a12&#...
I'm using jquery, and I have a textarea. When I submit by my button I will alert each text separated by newline.  How to split my text when there is a newline?    var ks = $('#keywords').val().split("\n");   (function($){      $...
I am trying to split up a string by caps using Javascript,  Examples of what Im trying to do:  "HiMyNameIsBob"  ->   "Hi My Name Is Bob" "GreetingsFriends" -> "Greetings Friends"   I am aware of the str.split() m...
I don't understand this behaviour:  var string = 'a,b,c,d,e:10.'; var array = string.split ('.');   I expect this:  console.log (array); // ['a,b,c,d,e:10'] console.log (array.length); // 1   but I get this:  console.log (...
I have this string:  a\,bcde,fgh,ijk\,lmno,pqrst\,uv   I need a JavaScript function that will split the string by every , but only those that don't have a \ before them   How can this be done?...
So I have this:  var str = A123B234C456;   I need to split it into comma separated chunks to return something like this:  A,123,B,234,c,456   I thought regex would be best for this but i keep getting stuck, essentially I tried to do a string replace...

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