I have this Unicode string:  ??????????????????  And I want to it split by chars.  Right now if I try to loop truth all chars I get something like this:  A a a ' ? ...   Is there a way to properly split this string to chars:  ? ? ?? ?...
What is the char reserved keyword used for in JavaScript (as type declaration is not necessary), and especially, what is the correct syntax to use it (could someone give me a proper full example)?  Because writing  char c; throws an interpretation er...
We must do a small program for our teacher to get the ASCII code of any value in Javascript.  I have searched and researched, but it seems that there is no method to do so. I have only found:  charCodeAt()  http://www.hacksparrow.com/get-ascii-value-...
I am trying to make my site working on IE 9. But from the beginning itself, it shows many errors.    HTML1114: Codepage iso-8859-1 from (HTTP header) overrides conflicting codepage utf-8 from (META tag) index.html      This is the error when I load i...
I have a string of text that I've split into an array on each comma. I then looped through the array and added each element to a string, one by one, but separated them using a line break.  var beg2 = document.twocities.begins.value; var ans22 = &...
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...
This regex (for base64):  /[a-zA-Z0-9/+]{5}/g   Would match every 5 characters in a string. So if I have:  "19jZ2uLj5OXm5+jp6vLz9PX29/j5+v/aAAw"   the matches are:   19jZ2 uLj5O Xm5+j p6vLz 9PX29 /j5+v /aAAw   How would I write a regex that w...
I have an string defining the lattitude of an event with this format "p002.155" and "n003.196" being "p" and "n" the form the system define if the number is positive or negative.  I need to parse the string to float, t...
Trying to write a function which returns the calling string value converted to lowercase. The trick is I can't use toLocaleLowerCase().  Below is what I have so far.  function charChange(char){     for (var i=0; i<char.length; i++){         va...
I cannot see where I am going wrong with this. My code is...  function firstC()     {         var x = document.getElementsByClassName("uValue");          for(var i = 0; i < x.length; i++) {             x.value.charAt(0).toUpperCase();...

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