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Strip Numbers from a String

var someString = "Hello 123 World!";

newString = someString.replace(/[0-9]/g, '');

// console.log(newString);
// "Hello  World!";

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  1. Michael
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    I don’t think I’ve ever use regex in javascript. Thanks for the reminder that you can!

  2. Maidul
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    Thanks for this nice tip of using regex

  3. Dimitar Ivanov
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    The same thing can be achieved with:

    var someString = “Hello 123 World!”;
    newString = someString.replace(/\d+/g, ”);

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