this url (https://github.com/mbostock/d3/wiki/Localization) shows two examples for locales   en_US:     {     "decimal": ".",     "thousands": ",",     "grouping": [3],     "currency": ["$", ...
var date ="03/05/2013"; var localDate = date.split("/").reverse().join("-"); var localTime = "20:41" var UTCDateTime = localDate+ "T" + localTime +":00.000Z"; localDateTime = new Date(UTCDateTime)  va...
I receive date/time objects from user input, and would like to parse them to a javascript Date object. The date is in the format: 02/06/2018 00:59:03 which means second of june, 2018; UK locale. Although this seems extremely trivial and a super wide...
I would like to have a stable, well defined sort order in Javascript.  It could be any defined locale, but the point is to have the code say "just some neutral sort order used here".  Java and C# have their Neutral culture and ROOT locales wh...
Just ran an npm update on my web application and now Moment JS appears to be failing with the following message:  Error: Cannot find module "./locale" \node_modules\moment\src\lib\moment\prototype.js:1 > 1 | import { Moment } from './c...
I want my webpage to display date and time in user's locale.  It seems Intl is supported by most browsers now (see Can I Use Intl). I can acquire browser time zone just fine by using Intl.DateTimeFormat().resolvedOptions().timeZone. I hoped I wil...
I am using uploadcare widget in my angularjs-based application. I integrated this widget as angular directive.  Documentation said, that I should set global variable to change locale:  <script>     UPLOADCARE_LOCALE = 'ru'; </script&...
Is there a library or cross-browser native implementation to sort an array of Danish strings alphabetically in JavaScript?     [Aalborg, Sorø ...]...
I have a collection of data:            ["Alphabet","Zend","?wiczenia"]         as result collection.sort I get: ["Alphabet","Zend","?wiczenia"].  How to overload comparator to sort with UTF-8 and diffe...
This is from a node cli session:  > var a = 'foo12'; undefined > var b = 'foo3'; undefined > var s = [a , b]; undefined > s.sort(function(a, b) { ... return a.localeCompare(b, 'en', { numeric: true }); ... }); [ &#...

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