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I have below code

var c = '<p>Test  [Name]</p>        <p> [Time]</p>        <p>[Link]</p>        <p>List</p>';
c = c.replace(/>(\s+|\t)</, "><");


It looks like replace only replace the first occurance of the RegEx match. Isn't it suppose to replace all? Can anyone please tell me how do I get it to replace all occurance of RegEx match?


Thanks a lot!

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