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JavaScript Getting Started With ES2015 Create Functions Using Arrow Syntax Review JavaScript Arrow Functions

bhupendra rana
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bhupendra rana
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Arrow Function

Complete the code below to create an arrow function with two parameters — string and letter —

const remove = => { let regex = new RegExp(letter, 'g'); return string.replace(regex,''); }

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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When you have more than one parameter for an arrow function, they go in a set of parentheses and are separated by comma(s).