*Tell us what’s happening:
Maybe someone can explain what is going on but I think that the + symbol takes the remainder of what happens after the match.
For example: \s+$
Doesn’t this mean that you are looking for the ‘space’ at the end because of the $ symbol, but why do you need the + at the end if the space is at the end with nothing following it?
Your code so far
let hello = " Hello, World! "; let wsRegex = /change/; // Change this line let result = hello; // Change this line
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Challenge: Remove Whitespace from Start and End
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