Can someone suggest a way to compare the values of two dates greater than, less than, and not in the past using JavaScript? The values will be coming from text boxes....
I see this code from a book:  var a = "one"; var b = "four"; a>b; // will return true   but it doesn't mention why "one" is bigger than "four". I tried c = "a" and it is smaller than a and b. I want to...
I have two objects: oldObj and newObj.   The data in oldObj was used to populate a form and newObj is the result of the user changing data in this form and submitting it.  Both objects are deep, ie. they have properties that are objects or arrays o...
I was playing around in jsfiddle.net and I'm curious as to why this returns true?  if(0 < 5 < 3) {     alert("True"); }   So does this:  if(0 < 5 < 2) {     alert("True"); }   But this doesn't:  if(0 < 5 <...
How can I check for null values in JavaScript? I wrote the code below but it didn't work.  if (pass == null || cpass == null || email == null || cemail == null || user == null) {            alert("fill all columns");     return false;...
I have two arrays of JavaScript Objects that I'd like to compare to see if they are the same. The objects may not (and most likely will not) be in the same order in each array. Each array shouldn't have any more than 10 objects. I thought j...
I have these two arrays: one is filled with information from an ajax request and another stores the buttons the user clicks on. I use this code (I filled with sample numbers):  var array1 = [2, 4]; var array2 = [4, 2]; //It cames from the user butt...
Ok, so I installed Linter on my Sublime editor while working on my node.js app. One of the things that it caught said that I should always use !== to compare an object to null (I usually use != ).  So I changed it...but then I noticed that the !== wa...
I have 2 nested structures newState and newState1.   But when I compare their, equals() or Immutable.is() returned false. The values in these structures identical.  How to correctly compare newState and newState1?  var grid = {     editable: false,...
I have this project I'm working on and I need to get all the vacant rooms from my school's timetable where I get my data from a JSON response.  The JSON response looks like this:  {    "status": "success",    "reservations...

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