Palindrome challenge 23/07/20

This can return true for all the check Palindrome. I need help here. function palindrome(str) {

return str === str.split(/^a-z0-9/gi).reverse().join("");

return true;

}

console.log(palindrome(“eye”));

two things:

you are trying to compare str with str stripped of unwanted characters and then reversed - it will never be true even if it is a palindrome as the left hand side of the comparison has the unwanted characters

second, your regex doesn’t do what you want

this means "starts with a, then there is a dash then z then 0 then a dash then 9

if you want to say "is not a-z0-9" you need to use a character class, so with the square brackets - to consider when there is more than one unwanted character you may also want to add the + counter to say “split on one or more characters that are not a-z0-9”

Thanks for the clarification. I will camp on it again