javascript string replace

var str = "JavaScript replace method test";
var res = str.replace("test", "success");  
//res = Javscript replace method successvar res = str.replace("find", "replace");const p = 'dog dog cat rat';
const regex = /dog/gi;

console.log(p.replace(regex, 'cow'));
//if pattern is regular expression all matches will be replaced
//output: "cow cow cat rat"

console.log(p.replace('dog', 'cow'));
// If pattern is a string, only the first occurrence will be replaced.
//output: "cow dog cat rat"function replaceAll(str, find, replace) {
    var escapedFind=find.replace(/([.*+?^=!:${}()|\[\]\/\\])/g, "\\$1");
    return str.replace(new RegExp(escapedFind, 'g'), replace);
//usage example
var sentence="How many shots did Bill take last night? That Bill is so crazy!";
var blameSusan=replaceAll(sentence,"Bill","Susan"); let string = 'soandso, my name is soandso';

let replaced = string.replace(/soandso/gi, 'Dylan');

console.log(replaced); //Dylan, my name is Dylanconst p = 'Its going to rain today and its going to rain tomorrow';

// Example of replacing all occurrances

// g = global search, which searches all instances
// i = case insensitive, which will match 'a' with 'A'
const regex = /rain/gi;
console.log(p.replace(regex, 'snow'));
// expected output: "Its going to snow today and its going to snow tomorrow"

// Example of replacing the first occurance
console.log(p.replace('rain', 'snow'));
// expected output: "Its going to snow today and its going to rain tomorrow"


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