I'm trying to pass an object with circular references from node.js server to client-side javascript.  Server (node.js):  var object = { circular: object } //.... app.get('/', function(req, res){         res.render('index.jade', {o...
I had the problem, to serialize my Java objects through Google GSON, because of several circular references. All my tries ended up in a StackOverflowException, because GSON is not able to handle those circular references.  As a solution, I found foll...
I'm trying to get this piece of code working. Apparently, there is a circular reference in the code, but I can't find it. Can someone help me out?  var appjson = '{\"APP_DATA_RETRIEVED\" : \"fail\"}'; var appPostReques...
When doing extract class refactorings the new sub- or helper-class requires a backreference to its creator and the creator needs a reference to its helper to make it accessible.  The issue with that structure is, that all those references have to be...
I am trying to convert click information to a JSON for storage using   $(document).click(function(e){   url = '/recordclick';   $.post(url, {'clickData':JSON.stringify(e)}); });   but it seems that the click event has one or more circ...
So I looked around a bit a lot of broken links and explanations over my head.  I am asking this for a gaming application so for example an owner will have an item and the item is also held by the owner.  My server has no problem storing circular refe...
I want to instantiate two classes which both depend on each other like so:  this.a = null; this.b = null;  this.a = new A({   b: this.b } this.b = new B({   a: this.a }   The problem is if I do so b is null if I hand it to the constructor. How can I...
I've an Object which contains circular references in it (references to DOM nodes). I've to save this object in local or session storage. To do this I was trying to do JSON.stringify and because of circular references I'm unable to stringi...
Passing an object to JSON.stringify throws the error "Converting circular structure to JSON" but I'm not exactly sure why.   I'm passing the object via server-side node.js  app.get('/', function(req,res){     res.render('i...

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