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

Fernando Jimenez
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Fernando Jimenez
Courses Plus Student 7,720 Points

why is my answer wrong?

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

Sting and letter are the two parameters that are supposed to be on this arrow function, why is it wrong then?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,371 Points

Apparently, it does not like the space in front of the comma!

Since in a practical situation that would not be a problem, you might want to report this as a bug to the Support folks.