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(javascript) If you had a string that was a word with a number at the end. How would you add a space between the word and the number?

For example:

let word = 'Winter4000'

const seperate = (word) => {
  ...
}

seperate(word) // output: Winter 4000

The word can be random and the number is always at the end.

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Answer

Ian’s answer works for most integers, but for decimals or numbers with commas (like 1,000,000), you’ll want an expression like

word.split(/([0-9.,]+)/).join(" ");

so it doesn’t put an extra space when it runs into a decimal point or comma.

Writing this as a function,

let word = 'Winter4,000.000';

const seperate = (input_word) => {
    return input_word.split(/([0-9.,]+)/).join(" ");
}

console.log(seperate(word));
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