How handle match () for brackets

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Hi,

I have a small script to compare two text messages. Even though both text messages are same, the scripts outputs an alert message saying "Text Do Not Match".

Please let me know, how can I handle this situation.

1. var text1 = "USE PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (GOGGLES FACE SHIELD) WHEN USING COMPRESSED AIR."

2. var text2 = "USE PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (GOGGLES FACE SHIELD) WHEN USING COMPRESSED AIR."

3. if (text1.match (text2))

4. alert ("Text matches");

5. else

6. alert ("Text Do Not Match");

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 27, 2018 Nov 27, 2018
If you want to keep both as strings, use this in your comparison:if (text1 === text2)

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The match method on a string requires a regular expression as a parameter. text2 would have to be like this in order to match:

var text2 = /USE PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT \(GOGGLES FACE SHIELD\) WHEN USING COMPRESSED AIR\./;

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If you want to keep both as strings, use this in your comparison:

if (text1 === text2)

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