How to replace values in a string, in JS

JavaScript: How to replace values in a string, in JS

You can use the replace() method to replace parts of a string with something. Here is an example:

  1.             let some_string = "Hello, world";
  2.              console.log(some_string.replace("world", "everyone"));

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