Regular Expressions: Match Single Character with Multiple PossibilitiesPassed

Tell us what’s happening:
For some reason my code isn’t working

Your code so far
let quoteSample = “Beware of bugs in the above code; I have only proved it correct, not tried it.”;
let vowelRegex = /b[aeiou]g/gi; // Change this line
let result = quoteSample.match(vowelRegex); // Change this line


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Challenge: Match Single Character with Multiple Possibilities

Link to the challenge:
https://www.freecodecamp.org/learn/javascript-algorithms-and-data-structures/regular-expressions/match-single-character-with-multiple-possibilities

You are supposed to be matching just vowels. You are only matching instances where a b or B exists immediately before a single vowel, followed by the letter g or G. That is not what the challenge instructions want. What is the purpose of adding the b and the g?

I thought you needed it to complete a word

Where in the instructions does it tell you to match words that start with b followed by a vowel and then followed by g?

Your RegExp is only looking for the matches to “bag”, “beg”, “big”, “bog”, and “bug”. Remove the “b” and “g”, i.e. /[aeiou]/gi. You’re only matching “bug”.

If you can’t figure out how to solve something like this, simply end your code with console.log to debug it (no pun intended :upside_down_face:).

it doesn’t I got rid of it

It logs 25 when I console.log it but won’t run in the code I have before

What does you latest code look like?