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How can I insert a variable in this code?

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Hello guys

I have this line

$('tr[corPadrao*="trc"]').removeAttr('class');  

I want to insert a variable that is a prefix, this way:

var pfx = "MC_"

$('tr[corPadrao*=" + pfx + "trc"]').removeAttr('class');  

But that doesn't work :((

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your quotes are unbalanced ' <--- simple double ---> "

$("tr[corPadrao*='" + pfx + "trc']").removeAttr('class');  

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