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replace() with multiple characters with jquery

I’m using replace to replace a string with a different string, but when I try to add more characters in the first argument, like so:
$(‘.selector’).replace(/foo/, ‘bar’);

I get an error stating:
error: Syntax error, unrecognized expression: /foo/

Obviously, this is because it’s attempting to parse the second argument, and not the first. How do I pass more than one value to replace?
Note: I only need to replace one of the values, and not both. If I try this:
$(‘.selector’).replace(/foo/, ‘bar’);
$(‘.selector’).replace(/bar/, ‘foo’);

I get two errors, even though both values should have the same result.


If you pass a string to replace(..) that contains a regex literal then you need to escape the backslashes and use \ instead of :
$(‘.selector’).replace(/foo\/, ‘bar’);


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