Definition and Usage The replace () method searches a string for a specified value, or a regular expression, and returns a new string where the specified values are replaced. Note: If you are replacing a value (and not a regular expression), only the first instance of the value will be replaced.
In the sample, you place the above code in the section of the HTML document and call the function using the onclick event (more on the onclick event in a later hub). The onclick event fires when the user clicks a button you supply as an element in the form used to supply the data.
What does the elementid in parenthesis mean in HTML?
The elementId enclosed in parenthesis refers to the ID of the element to be modified. The innerHTML=”new content” portion of the statement directs the browser to replace the inner HTML area or the space between the HTML element tags with the content represented by new content between the quotation marks.
How to use appendrow in Google Apps Script?
AppendRow expects a single row (array) of data or a 1D array. Use getRange ().getValues (); Range is a object. Values is a array.
String.prototype.replaceAll () The replaceAll () method returns a new string with all matches of a pattern replaced by a replacement. The pattern can be a string or a RegExp, and the replacement can be a string or a function to be called for each match. The original string is left unchanged.
Do you know that appendrow takes object as parameter?
I know that appendRow takes Object   as parameter but my skills are lacking. I tried to do this like this: