I know I can do anything and some more envolving Dates with momentjs. But embarrassingly, I'm having a hard time trying to do something that seems simple: geting the difference between 2 times.  Example:  var now  = "04/09/2013 15:00:00"...
I have two JavaScript arrays orig (the original array of objects) and update (the updated orig array of objects) that have the same length and contain objects, and I want to output the differences between the each pair of objects.  Example:  var orig...
What is exactly the difference between Classes and Namespaces in Typescript? I know that if you create a class with static methods you can access them without instantiate the class and that is exactly one of the points of namespaces I guess.  I also...
I've been working on a site and I decided to add a dark mode feature to it, I used the darkmode.js library to implement it , the library works on the principle of mix-blend-mode: difference. However, when I add a scroll animation to it using Inte...
I have 2 array objects and I want to get the difference between them as follows:  array1 = [{"name":"MPCC","id":"tool:mpcc"}, {"name":"APP","id":"tool:app"}, {"name":"AII"...
Let's say that I have an object which looks like this:  {   prop1: false,   prop2: false,   prop3: false }   and another object which looks like this:  {   prop1: false,   prop2: true,   prop3: false }   where the difference is within the prop2 p...
In C#, a Local Function is such:   public int MyFunction(int parameter) {      int local = 6;      return MyLocalFunction(4);       // Local Function      int MyLocalFunction(int localFunctionParameter) => 42; }   And in JavaScript, a Nested Funct...
Backgound (simplified)  I´ve got a lot of files that where auto-generated by a 3rd party (think the output of several different address merges) and I´m trying to programmatically restore the original templates and address/custom data from it.  Wha...

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