var text = 'Escape " and \' and /.'; var rx = new RegExp('/([\'"])/g'); console.log(text, ' ==> ', text.replace(rx,'//\1'));?????
What I expect to be output is
Escape /" and /' and //., but instead I get
Escape " and ' and /..
I just can't seem to get this working and don't know what's wrong.
Here's a JSFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/hvtgf/
Escaping means using backslash
\ but not slash
However, for your purposes you can try the following:
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