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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript Getters and Setters Object Interaction

Why is the replace method not working for me?


From what I can understand, the arguments for the replace methods here in pets.js is supposed to replace all non numeric characters with a space. Nothing is being replaced.

1 Answer

Robert Manolis
Robert Manolis
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hey Kirt Perez, it looks like there's an issue with your regex. It's missing some square brackets. Needs to be something like this: .replace(/[^0-9]/g, '');. :thumbsup:

Wow! Such a rookie mistake. Can't believe that went past me especially since I was trying to compare them side by side. Thank you!