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Replace search occurrences with a replacement string.

Installation

npm install @stdlib/string-base-replace

Usage

var replace = require( '@stdlib/string-base-replace' );

replace( str, search, newval )

Replaces search occurrences with a replacement string.

var out = replace( 'beep', /e/g, 'o' );
// returns 'boop'

If provided a function as the third argument, the function is invoked for each match, and the function's return value is used as the replacement string.

function replacer( match, p1 ) {
    return '/' + p1 + '/';
}
var str = 'Oranges and lemons';
var out = replace( str, /([^\s]+)/gi, replacer );
// returns '/Oranges/ /and/ /lemons/'

Notes

Examples

var capitalize = require( '@stdlib/string-base-capitalize' );
var replace = require( '@stdlib/string-base-replace' );

var out = replace( 'Hello World', /world/i, 'Mr. President' );
// returns 'Hello Mr. President'

function replacer( match, p1 ) {
    return capitalize( p1 );
}
var str = 'Oranges and lemons say the bells of St. Clement\'s';
out = replace( str, /([^\s]*)/gi, replacer );
// returns 'Oranges And Lemons Say The Bells Of St. Clement\'s'

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This package is part of stdlib, a standard library for JavaScript and Node.js, with an emphasis on numerical and scientific computing. The library provides a collection of robust, high performance libraries for mathematics, statistics, streams, utilities, and more.

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