I've been trying to understand the difference between JavaScript's comparison operators: identity and equality. From what I've read, if you check the equality of two objects using ==, JavaScript will try to figure out if they are the sa...
A few weeks ago, I have read this thread Is < faster than <=? about comparison operators in C. It was said that there is no difference in the performance between < and <= as they are interpreted as same/similar machine commands.  At the s...
Ruby has something called a Combined Comparison or "Spaceship" Operator, it looks like this: <=>  It does the following:  a <=> b :=     if a < b then return -1     if a = b then return  0     if a > b then return  1   Credi...
What am I missing here? This script looks right to me.   But for some reason when I send it a zipcode of 02897 (or anything that should be Rhode Island), it returns New Hampshire. Aside from political beliefs Javascript developers may have (sure most...
I'm trying to use javascript to select the greater of two numbers. I know I can write an if statement, but I'm wondering if there's some sort of Math operation or something to make this more efficient. Here's how I'd do it with an...
I do a comparison as follows:   var searchValue = 'Apple' var searchValue2 = 'Orange' var index = $scope.sEntitiesListTest.findIndex(x => x.ItemText === searchValue);   Can I do a comparison of more than one value, like   var index...
I have this javasccript expression code as a string in my C# code, I need to evaluate it (execute it) using Microsoft.JScript.Eval.JScriptEvaluate (c#) and get result back.  string code = @"var roles=[]; roles.push('LOC_IND'); roles.push(...

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