What you don’t know about web development
David Gilbertson
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About the string.replace takes function and usages. Last time I’ve used it to generate error messages to user based on data returned somewhere else.

const string = `some dummy information about {} and {}`;
const values = [‘foo’, ‘bar’];
const replacer = (replaceArr) => () => replaceArr.shift();
string.replace(/\{\}/g, replacer(values) );
>> "some dummy information foo and bar"

It’s somehow useful example ;)