To finish this challenge, it’s necessary to use the /s character class in your regexp pattern.
\s matches a single white space character. (including space, tab, form feed, line feed and other Unicode spaces.
/\s\w*/; // matches " bar" in "foo bar".
important: Characters are case sensitive in regexp. \S matches a single character other than white space.
Solution 1 (Click to Show/Hide)
let sample = "Whitespace is important in separating words"; let countWhiteSpace = /\s/g; // Change this line let result = sample.match(countWhiteSpace);