NOTE: This question was asked from the viewpoint of ECMAScript version 3 or 5. The answers might become outdated with the introduction of new features in the release of ECMAScript 6.   What exactly is the function of the var keyword in JavaScrip...
I read here that "self  Refers to the current window or form".   Self does not seem to refer to the current form in this case:  <form><input type="text" onkeyup="alert(self.foo.value)" name="foo"></form&...
We can do:  NaN = 'foo'   as well as  undefined = 'foo'   Why are they not reserved keywords?  Edit 1 (downvoters):   I think it should be implemented in order to be sure that when we are looking for a number, it is a number :) If we...
So I'm making a script to check the keyword density of a page based off the URL the user submits and I have been using strip_tags but it doesn't seem to be completely filtering the javascript and other code from the actual word content on the...
What is the char reserved keyword used for in JavaScript (as type declaration is not necessary), and especially, what is the correct syntax to use it (could someone give me a proper full example)?  Because writing  char c; throws an interpretation er...
Is it possible in Javascript to determine if a certain string is a reserved language keyword such as switch, if, function, etc.? What I would like to do is escaping reserved identifiers in dynamically generated code in a way that doesn't break on...
I was reading some online material on reserved JavaScript keywords and I came across the word package.  I couldn't find any clear online material that could explain what it is useful for....
I stumbled upon a function called v8Locale in Chrome's Developer Console. I was curious so I entered the function to get the source code, and it revealed the following code:  function (a){ native function NativeJSLocale(); var b=NativeJSLocale(a)...
I noticed something weird while reviewing this mergesort implementation on Code Review…    /************************************************************  * Mergesort implementation  ***********************************************************/  func...
is there a way to make a every instance of a word automatically turn into a link?  so for instance, everytime I write "apple", it is automatically formatted to <a href="www.apple.com" class="whatever" target="_blank"...

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