I have a javascript string which is about 500K when being sent from the server in UTF-8. How can I tell its size in JavaScript?  I know that JavaScript uses UCS-2, so does that mean 2 bytes per character. However, does it depend on the JavaScript i...
I'm going to be storing a large array of byte values (most likely over a million) in Javascript. If I use a normal array with normal numbers, that will take 8 MB, because numbers are stored as IEEE doubles, but if I can store it as bytes, it wi...
I have an array in Javascript that has lot of sub arrays. What would be the best/simplest way to count how many bits/bytes the array holds? I'm gonna send the array to my PHP server, and it can only be 5kB big.  Is there a native method for this?...
I can't figure out to send byte array while being connected to server on Debian. Is there any alternative to sending string via client.write()? I tried client.write(new Buffer("something")) but this gives Invalid data error. Here is my co...
I have an application that loads user text through a XMLHttpRequest and returns it in a binary format. I understand that the main difference between 8, 16, and 32 is the amount of bytes per element but I don't know when to use each.  For example,...
I'm trying to make a javascript emulator, and i'd like it to be very light, so I don't want to load the "ROMs" with jQuery and jDataView. Si I made my own ROM loader in pure JS.  It works pretty well (thanks to many topics on this...
I have a function in JavaScript which is expecting a byte array to be passed into it from Native C++ code. For example:  function OnEvent(event, data1) {      console.log("data1[0] = " + data1[0]); }   I would like for it to print 0x55 or eve...
I am getting arrayBuffur from WebSocket connection, and I can get range of byte arrays that is  Guid created in c#.   How I can convert this guid bytes to string in javascript?  Guid="FEF38A56-67A9-46DF-B7D8-C52191CD70F4"  Bytes=[86, 138, 243...
I need to convert an array of 8 bytes into a double.  This is my starting array:  [170, 85, 255, 63, 205, 171, 170, 85]   and it should convert to -9.591053231630682E-105.  Each element of the array can be from 0 to 256....
Having problems with TextDecoder decoding Uint8Array. (background info)  var staring = "hello"; var array = new Uint8Array(2); array[0]=255; array[1]=0; var binary=(new TextDecoder("utf-8")).decode(array) console.log(binary);   Should...

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