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Strip double quotes from a string in Javascript

To remove double quotes from a string:

1. Call the replace() method on the string, passing it a regular expression that matches all double quotes as the first parameter and an empty string as the second.

2. The replace method will return a new string with all double quotes removed.

const str = 'hel"l"o wor"l"d';

const removed = str.replaceAll('"', '');
console.log(removed); // 👉️ hello world


// Supported in IE

const str = 'hel"l"o wor"l"d';

const removed = str.replace(/"/g, '');
console.log(removed); // 👉️ hello world


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