Would this solution be acceptable?

function palindrome(str) {
    let rStr = str
    .map(word => word.split("").reverse().join(""))
    if(rStr === str.toLowerCase().split(/[_\W\s]+/g).join("")){
      return true;
    return false; 
  palindrome("A man, a plan, a canal. Panama"); 

Did it pass the tests?

If it passes, it’s acceptable.

You could tidy it up a bit though. You split, reverse, and join inside of a map for a split, reverse, and join. This means that you’re repeating yourself.

Repeating yourself is a bit of a red flag that you’re doing more work than you need to.

Yeah that’s what I was wondering. How do I make it more dry?

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