I have code like the following:  function test(obj) {      if(//some conditon) {         obj.onload();     }else{         obj.onerror();     } }   for(var i=0;i<4;i++){         test({         onload:function(e){                       //some code t...
So what I want to do is create a casperJS function which allows us to repeat a step X times, by refreshing the page first, when this step function reaches the timeout.  For unreliable test due to a specific page bug/freeze at the moment and reduce th...
The function below is intended to return the values from a (potentially nested) object as an array - with the list parameter being any object. If I move my break statement to after the for loop, I don't get any errors, but of course then my funct...
It's well-known that break and continue can be used inside a loop:    for (let i = 0; i < 5; i++) {   console.log(i);   if (i === 3) {     break;   } }     Is there any way to those in just an if statement instead, outside a loop, to break out...
Is it possible to break out of an underscore each loop..?  _.each(obj, function(v,i){   if(i > 2){     break // <~ does not work   }   // some code here   // ... })   Is there another design pattern I can be using?...
I didn't know this was possible (is it?)   The below code apparently logs values 1 to 5, then breaks out of the 'for' loop, because the 'false' value is returned.   function x() {     for (var i = 0; i < 10; i++) {         cons...
I'm porting a JavaScript library to Ruby, and have come across the following insanity (heavily abbreviated):  function foo(){   if (foo) ...   loop:     while(go()){       if (...) break;       switch(...){         case a:           break loop;...
Please Look at my:  JSFiddle  I have a dataset and I want to push a new value to the array.  This value is determined by a sum of an accumulated size is less than the windowSize.  Updated: In the end I'm trying to create a group of offsets. I tho...
var num = 0; for(var i = 0; i < 10; i++){   for(var j = 0; j < 10 ; j++){     if(i == 5 && j == 5){       break;     }     num++;   } }  console.log(num)     In the above code, I expect the result to be 55 but why the result is 95.  B...

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