Working on an idea for a simple HTMLElement wrapper I stumbled upon the following for Internet Explorer and Chrome:  For a given HTMLElement with ID in the DOM tree, it is possible to retrieve the div using its ID as the variable name. So for a di...
Updated Question  What, exactly, qualifies as a valid property name in Javascript? How do various methods of property assignment differ? And how does the property name affect property access?  Note  The answers to my original question (seen below) he...
I need help with getting property of object with String in JS.  I have object   elements = {     element : {             date: {                  day: 'Monday'             }     } }   and i have JS function where input is "element.date.da...
I'm wondering if it is possible to use assigned variables as identifier in a json array. When I tried this, I was getting some unexpected results:  (Code is simplified, parameters are passed in a different way)  var parameter = 'animal';...
JavaScript allows for having unicode escape sequences in identifier names... for example:  var \u0160imeVidas = "blah";   The above variable starts with the (croatian) letter Š, so that the complete name of the variable is "ŠimeVidas...
We have an ASP.NET MVC3 project. We populate several parts of our site using ajax calls. Lets say we have a div in our cshtml where we want to put some search results.  <div id="SearchResult" />   We have created a list with constants f...
I have a question that I can't seem to find the solution to. I'm no stranger to the Google Maps API and have coded maps and driving direction pages with it in the past. The issue I'm always running into is not having the place name return...
I must be missing something simple here, but I'm having trouble retrieving data from a JSON array response. I can access objects with identifiers that start with letters, but not ones that start with numbers.  For example, I can access  data.item...
In Javascript there are various reserved words that cannot be used inside Identifiers; some of those are actually reserved for future use. To clarify a bit, an Identifier is an Identifier Name but not a reserved word. The exact grammar of identifier...

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