I am trying to get all substrings of "username" from a string. A username must start with an @ and end with a " ". Here is how I am doing this:
const string = "@trevor you know who @johnny is?" const regex = /\B@\w+/ console.log(regex.exec(string))
How can I make the regex remove multiple matches from the string rather than just the first?
If we use
match() with your regex in global mode your code is working:
const string = "@trevor you know who @johnny is?" const regex = /\B@\w+/g console.log(string.match(regex));