I have a very long regular expression, which I wish to split into multiple lines in my JavaScript code to keep each line length 80 characters according to JSLint rules. It's just better for reading, I think. Here's pattern sample:  var patt...
I'm trying to use regex to check that the first and last characters in a string are alpha characters between a-z.  I know this matches the first character:  /^[a-z]/i   But how do I then check for the last character as well?  This:  /^[a-z][a-z]$...
I asked this question earlier, and after thinking about the topic some more, I began to wonder where the seemingly fuzzy boundary between the meanings of the terms "statement" and "expression" lies.  Are all statements also expression...
Using this bit of code trims out hidden characters like carriage returns and linefeeds with nothing using javascript just fine:  value = value.replace(/[\r\n]*/g, "");   but when the code actually contains \r\n text what do I do to trim it wi...
I've noticed many languages like Ruby and CofeeScript (well a transcompiler) support everything being an expression.  Now it makes the language somewhat simple to understand and definitely seems neat at the surface, but I was looking maybe for so...
I have been breaking my head on this for sometime now. In javascript I have a string expression where I need to remove the spaces between '[' and ']'.   For example the expression can be :-  "[first name] + [ last name ] + calcula...
Solved it in case anyone needs it here it is  var feed      =   feeds.entries[i].content; var parsedFeed    =   feed.replace(/src=/gi, "tempsrc="); var tmpHolder =   document.createElement('div'); tmpHolder.innerHTML=parsedFeed;...
For the past few hours I have been trying to find the difference between the 3, not just the difference, I also have been trying to find out which are sort of synonymous, MDN calls all declarations "statements", so I presume that is true. How...
I have following url:   https://www.example.com/article/f/1/test+article   And I need to get "1" part from the url via JavaScript (pure javascript). I know that I can get it with "location.pathname.replace()" but I'm not good with...
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