Regular expression for a string that ends with '/'

The regular expression for a string that ends with '/' is the following:

str.match(//$/) -- javascript syntax

but the // makes the compiler think it's a comment. how to work around this?

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You must escape the final / so the interpreter doesn't think it terminates the RegExp literal:

str.match(/\/$/);
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You need to escape the slash:

str.match(/\/$/) 
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Use the escape character (\) to specify a literal / as in:

 str.match(/\/$/);
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You'll need to escape the slash

str.match(/\/$/);

If you want to match a string that ends with slash, you may want to include the actual string too;

str.match(/.*\/$/);

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