JS Daily 9 - String Replace Method

Published on 29 Nov, 2020

What is the output of following code?

const str = "Butterfly likes Butter";
const result = str.replace("Butter", "Fire");
console.log(result);
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Output is "Firefly likes Butter".

String replace() method replaces only the first match. If we need to replace all matches, ES12 comes with replaceAll() method.