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on 4/23/2016 12:00 AM
Tweet I have been working with Node.js and Serverless heavily. It’s the first time I’ve really spent serious amount of time in Javascript, and I’m making plenty of beginner mistakes and learning lots. One peculiar thing I find in Javascript is that String.replace only replaces the first instance of the substring, unless you use a Regex. Fortunately
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