What's the big O for JavaScript's array access when used as a hash?  For example,  var x= []; for(var i=0; i<100000; i++){    x[i.toString()+'a'] = 123; // using string to illustrate x[alpha] } alert(x['9999a']); // linear...
In learning how to implement a robust hash table, I am wondering the algorithm v8 uses to create the hash from a key, and what they use as the key (for string keys). Most of the examples on hash table key generation are hello world examples and subje...
Are there any noticeable benefits of using Object over ES6's Map()? I like using it for the forEach function. Is it a bad practice to opt for Map() when needing hash tables?...
I'd like to use a variable that contains the key value for a hash table in Google Apps Script.  In place of:  var folderRoots = {   "EYFS English":"sdfg0987897sdfga3",   "EYFS Italian":"sdf8f9g7897sfdfg7",     }  v...
I'm trying to better understand how the space and time complexity of reading and writing values changes as the number of entries in an object grows....
I've an array that is being used to store the conversion factors for a conversion program I'm currently working on.  A short Example:  var Length = { "lengthsA" : {     "inch" : 0.0254,     "yard" : 0.9144,     "mi...
I'm working on creating a Hash Table in Javascript to better understand the data structure. I implemented it with a Linked List at each table position to deal with conflicts.   The problem is that I cannot call .add on this.storage[index], as it...
I am translating a Javascript function to Java, and I am having troubles with this text variable below, how to declare and use it in Java:  Javascript:  var text={}; // Index will be several arrays, and value an integer var word; // Will contain seve...
I apologize if this is too vague, But I want to search each JSON object by a unique value and then spit out another value. I have been told it would be a good idea to create a Hash Table for this issue, but I do not know how to go about this. For exa...
The problem is like this, and below is my solution, however it does not work for ".". Anyone has some idea?       function wordReverse(str) {          var words = str.split(/\s+/);         var result = "";         console.log(words)...

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