To add a background color to all the text that comes inside curly brackets in React, you can use regular expressions to identify the text inside curly brackets and then wrap it with a component or a span element with the desired background color style. Here's an example of how you can achieve this:

import React from 'react'; const ColoredCurlyBracketsText = ({ text }) => { // Regular expression to find text inside curly brackets const curlyBracketsRegex = /{([^}]+)}/g; // Split the text into parts using the curlyBracketsRegex const parts = text.split(curlyBracketsRegex); // Map over the parts and wrap the text inside curly brackets with a span const coloredText =, index) => { if (part.match(curlyBracketsRegex)) { return ( <span key={index} style={{ backgroundColor: 'yellow' }}> {part} </span> ); } else { return <span key={index}>{part}</span>; } }); return <>{coloredText}</>; }; export default ColoredCurlyBracketsText;

Usage example:

import React from 'react'; import ColoredCurlyBracketsText from './ColoredCurlyBracketsText'; const MyComponent = () => { return ( <div> <ColoredCurlyBracketsText text="Hello, {this} is some {colored} text inside {curly} brackets." /> </div> ); }; export default MyComponent;

In this example, the ColoredCurlyBracketsText component takes a text prop as input. It uses a regular expression to split the text into parts based on the curly brackets. It then maps over the parts and wraps the text inside curly brackets with a span element with a yellow background color.

Please note that this approach assumes that the curly brackets in the text do not contain nested curly brackets. If you have nested curly brackets, you may need to adjust the regular expression and the logic accordingly. Additionally, you can modify the style object to apply any other desired background color or other styles to the text inside curly brackets.

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