But if the template code expands into "Hello Fred's World" then you'll get a syntax error as the apostrophe in Fred's is interpreted as the end of the string.
var problem = "O'dear";
document.write( 'problem' + "<br>\n" );
problem = problem.replace( /'/g, "\\'" );
document.write( 'still' + ' no ' + problem );
still no O\'dear
Now I just have to log off, log on as my alter ego and downvote myself for contaminating the hallowed ground of PM.....It was only 4 lines. Hopefully the gods will be kind.
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