Re: Regarding match function in javascript

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

The match method is used to determine whether a string consists of, in this case, the given string.

Since "S1-433" is found in the string "S1-4335" it will match. 

If you're trying to compare two strings exactly, why not use (a == b) ??

On Wednesday, November 28, 2012 1:38:10 AM UTC-5, Prakash Ranganthan wrote:
Hi friends I use to match two string whether it matches exactly but sometimes it didn't like

var a = "S1-4335";
var b=  "S1-433";
var result = a.match(b);

actually it matches but it should not match since the both are not exactly same. Please guide me how to proceed with this. Thanks in advance.



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