Tell us what’s happening:
Your code so far
let str = "one two three";
let fixRegex = /(\w+)\s(\w+)\s(\w+)/; // Change this line
let replaceText = "3$ 2$ 1$"; // Change this line
let result = str.replace(fixRegex, replaceText);
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Challenge: Use Capture Groups to Search and Replace
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you may want to review how to write the placeholders
if you add
console.log(result) as last line you can see your string
I have tried this and I didn’t get the output as asked same code.it
gives out put “3$ 2$ 1$”
please use this topic you alread have opened for follow up questions
have you tried adding
console.log(result) on a new line after your code to see the value of
Read the lesson more carefully and pay attention to the example! The dollar sign comes before the number and the number goes after it like this
$3 $2 $1, that’s all the problem is.
you are right,didn’t paid !