To find the highest number in a string using JavaScript, you can use regular expressions to extract all the numbers from the string and then use the `Math.max`

method to find the highest number.

Here’s an example:

```
const string = "The highest number is 123 and the second highest is 45";
const numbers = string.match(/\d+/g).map(Number);
const highestNumber = Math.max(...numbers);
console.log(highestNumber); // Output: 123
```

In this example, the `match`

method is used with a regular expression `/\d+/g`

to extract all the numbers from the string `"The highest number is 123 and the second highest is 45"`

. The `map`

method is used to convert the extracted strings to numbers. The spread operator (`...`

) is used to pass the numbers as separate arguments to the `Math.max`

method, which returns the highest number, which is `123`

in this case.

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