I have:  myArray = ["ABAB", "ABAB", "ABAB", "CDCD", "EFEF", "EFEF"]   I need to count by occurrences and sort by highest count. This would be the return:  ABAB 3 EFEF 2 CDCD 1   Note, the parameters ins...
I've got this two tables, representing Email send and open events:                    TABLE1 (SENDS)  ------------------------------------------------ | ReceiptId | JobId |  SK  |       LogDate       | |-----------|-------|------|----------------...
I can get the count of all descendants of an element, but I can't seem to target just the immediate children. Here's what I have at the moment.  var sectionCount = document.getElementById("window").getElementsByTagName("section...
This is probably an unusual request, but for my script I need a function that increments by letter instead of number. For example:  This is a numeric example:  var i = 0; while(condition){  window.write('We are at '+i);  ++i; }   Essentially,...
I'm using JavaScript. I have an array that contains data in this format:  [         {"USER_NAME":"User1","LAST_SUCCESSFUL_CONNECT":"1373978337642"},         {"USER_NAME":"User2","LAST_SUCCESSFUL...
I'm trying to think of a way to count the number of lines in a .csv file using Javascript, any useful tips or resources someone can direct me to?...
I've three input fields to "search" a JSON tree. If all three fields are filled and correct get the data from next JSON level.  I count up a number through the keyup-event to get next data of a JSON tree. But every time all three fields a...
right now I'm doing something like this to match objects in an array:  for (var key in users) { if (users[key].userID==session) {  //do whatever } }   but I need to figure out how many times this matches, if it only matches once, then I want it t...
If a user enters 5 numbers, lets say... 4, 4, 7, 7, 4. 4 occurred 3 (most number of) times. So the output should be 4.  How can I do this using JavaScript? Would much appreciate your help. Thanks!  I've tried this so far. It works, but it's t...
I want to count the elements in a list and then access the integer, not a Promise object. So starting with:  var questionList = questionContainer.all(by.className('someclass'));   If there are three child elements with that class, I want cons...

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