JS: String Methods for RegExp

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RegExp is used for matching text patterns.

There are 2 ways to use RegExp in JavaScript:

Following are string methods for regex.

String.prototype.search

Get the index of first char of matched string.

[see JS: String.prototoype.search]

String.prototype.match

Get a array of captured groups, or, get array of all occurrences.

[see JS: String.prototoype.match]

String.prototype.replace

Get a new string.

[see JS: String.prototoype.replace]

RegExp Topic

  1. JS: RegExp Tutorial
  2. JS: String Methods for RegExp
  3. JS: RegExp Object
  4. JS: RegExp Constructor
  5. JS: RegExp.prototype
  6. JS: RegExp Syntax

String Topic

  1. JS: Default Charset/Encoding
  2. JS: String Code Unit vs Code Point
  3. JS: Unicode Character Escape Sequence
  4. JS: Allowed Characters in Identifier
  5. HTML: Allowed Characters in id Attribute
  6. HTML: Character Sets and Encoding
  7. HTML/XML Entity List

  1. JS: Template String
  2. JS: Convert String to Number
  3. JS: Encode URL, Escape String
  4. JS: Format Number
  5. JS: JSON Object

  1. JS: String Object
  2. JS: String.prototype
  3. JS: String Constructor
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