How to Remove Backslashes from a String in JavaScript?

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To remove backslashes from a string in JavaScript, you can use the string.replace() method and a regular expression pattern:

var str = "\\hello\\world\\";
str = str.replace(/\\/g, "");
console.log(str); // "helloworld"

In this example, the regular expression /\\/g matches all instances of the backslash character. The g flag specifies that the replacement should be global, so all instances of the backslash are removed. The resulting string will contain no backslashes.

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