Avoid equal signs at the beginning of regular expressions


ID: javascript-code-style/no-div-regex

Language: JavaScript

Severity: Notice

Category: Error Prone


At the start of a regular expression literal, the characters /= can be mistaken for a division assignment operator.

Non-Compliant Code Examples

var f = function() { return /=foo/; };

Compliant Code Examples

var f = function() { return /foo/ig.test('bar'); };
var f = function() { return /\\=foo/; };
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