Maybe something like this: Replace ~ with a character that you know won’t be in the string.
Just use the String replace and toLowerCase methods, for example: Notice the g flag on the RegExp, it will make the replacement globally within the string, if it’s not used, only the first occurrence will be replaced, and also, that RegExp will match one or more white-space characters.
You can just go for String replace method.-
Try using String.replace() or String.replaceAll() instead. (Both replace all occurrences; replaceAll allows use of regex.)
Don’t use .replace() for this, just assign the value directly. Example
How do I find and replace every occurrence of: with in every text file under the /home/www/ directory tree recursively?
I need a function from the standard library that replaces all occurrences of a character in a string by another character. I also need a function from the standard library that replaces all occurrences of a substring in a string by another string. I need a function from the standard library that replaces all occurrences …
Try: See also: http://lua-users.org/wiki/StringLibraryTutorial
Atom has a built-in tool for this Activate the command palette (ShiftCmdP on Mac, CtrlShiftP on Windows/Linux) and search for “convert space” or “convert tab”. You should find these three commands are available: Whitespace: Convert Spaces to Tabs Whitespace: Convert Tabs to Spaces Whitespace: Convert All Tabs to Spaces Convert Tabs vs. Convert All Tabs …
replace isn’t available for XSLT 1.0. Codesling has a template for string-replace you can use as a substitute for the function: invoked as: On the other hand, if you literally only need to replace one character with another, you can call translate which has a similar signature. Something like this should work fine: Also, note, in this example, I changed …