What are the general rules that dictate when, where, how and why angle brackets, i.e. "<...>", should be used in TypeScript?  While I think I understand many individual uses of these brackets, I have a hard time seeing general patterns...
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I'm working on getting all inner parentheses of a string in JavaScript.  For example if I have a string like that (don't bother about % signs, Qx values are surrounded with it)  ((!%Q1% || %Q2%) || ((%Q3% && %Q4%) || (%Q5% &&...
I just rearranged a very large JavaScript file. I now get "Unexpected end of input." Somewhere  in those hundred of functions, one has lost (or gained) a bracket. What's the quickest way to find it?...
I cannot find any option in preferences that can hide this annoying signs. I am coding Photoshop Script and errors detection works absolutely incorrect here. Any ideas how to disable it? It appeared in new Brackets version....
I have been reviewing other people's code and while ES2015 on the whole is taking some getting use to, however, I keep on getting stuck with Destructuring.  Previously, In Javascript, the Curly Brackets {} were either used for blocks or objects....
The syntax for methods such as Array.prototype.indexOf() look like this:  arr.indexOf(searchElement[, fromIndex = 0])  What does [, ...] mean, and why is the comma inside of the brackets?...
I'm desperate for someone to give me just some concise information about when I should use which brackets where and why in JS ES6. I know the basics but when we start talking about arrow syntax I just lose it and then can't see why we're...
This is my object :  Customer{"id": "0001", "name": "ivan" , "country" {"city" : "Peru"}}   So: Whats the correct form to use brakets? the context is in a jquery each:  $. each (datos, function...

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