I’m using JavaScript to pull a value out from a hidden field and display it in a textbox. The value in the hidden field is encoded.  For example,  <input id='hiddenId' type='hidden' value='chalk &amp; cheese' />...
This question already has an answer here:                           How do I pass variables and data from PHP to JavaScript?                                      18 answers                                     What is the easiest way to encode a...
Is it possible to create an HTML fragment in an AngularJS controller and have this HTML shown in the view?  This comes from a requirement to turn an inconsistent JSON blob into a nested list of id : value pairs. Therefore the HTML is created in the...
From this q/a, I deduced that matching all instances of a given regex not inside quotes, is impossible. That is, it can't match escaped quotes (ex: "this whole \"match\" should be taken"). If there is a way to do it that I don&#...
I have to form a JSON string in which a value is having new line character. This has to be escaped and then posted using AJAX call. Can any one suggest a way to escape the string with JavaScript. I am not using jQuery....
Does JavaScript have a built-in function like PHP's addslashes (or addcslashes) function to add backslashes to characters that need escaping in a string?  For example, this:     This is a demo string with   'single-quotes' and "doub...
Does anyone know of an easy way to escape HTML from strings in jQuery?  I need to be able to pass an arbitrary string and have it properly escaped for display in an HTML page (preventing JavaScript/HTML injection attacks).  I'm sure it's po...
I have a user form. If the user types in a string with ' or " as part of it I have no problem. The form is submitted and saved correctly to the database. My problem is when I reload the page (all entries can be modified and are loaded into...
Sometimes, I need to render a JavaScript variable using EL in a JSF page.  E.g.  <script>var foo = '#{bean.foo}';</script>   or  <h:xxx ... onclick="foo('#{bean.foo}')" />   This fails with a JS syntax erro...
The regex allows chars that are: alphanumeric, space, '-', '_', '&', '()' and '/'  this is the expression   [\s\/\)\(\w&-]   I have tested this in various online testers and know it works, I just can&...

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