Palindrome Checker

how it works

A palindrome is a word, phrase, number, or sequence that reads the same forwards and backward, like “radar” or “level.” The provided JavaScript code serves as a tool to validate whether a user-entered word or phrase is a palindrome. When the “check” button is clicked, the code uses event listeners to handle input and triggers the palindrome function, which converts characters to lowercase, removes non-alphanumeric characters, and creates a reversed copy of the input. The function then checks if the original and reversed strings match, returning true for a palindrome and false otherwise. The result is displayed in the input field, providing immediate feedback to the user about whether the input is a palindrome or not, offering a simple and efficient way to verify palindromes.

View the source code below.

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