I know that JavaScript doesn't support macros (Lisp-style ones) but I was wondering if anyone had a solution to maybe simulate macros? I Googled it, and one of the solutions suggested using eval(), but as he said, would be quite costly.   They do...
Background  I've been using the C preprocessor to manage and "compile" semi-large javascript projects with multiple files and build targets. This gives full access to C preprocessor directives like #include, #define, #ifdef, etc. from wit...
Is there a way that I can define a macro similar to C/C++ macros in Javascript?   I want to use this for debug statements: Something like   #ifdef TEST__ #define MYDEBUG(##x) debug(__FILE__,x) #else #define debug #endif   Not necessarily similar, but...
i did everything handled. but no luck it is returning "undefined" data. i tried many differnt ways to get data from this site. not successful. I posted this in other forums no one able to solve this to handle full data extract.  i need data s...
Using Acrobat Professional 9.0 I added a Page Open action to Execute Menu Item: File->Exit.  However, when I open the page I get the popup: "This action cannot be performed".  I tried enabling all security checkboxes in Preferences I could...
I have stumbled into several methods of looping in JavaScript, what I like the most is:  for(var i = 0; i < a.length; i++){     var element = a[i]; }   But as tested here (http://www.robertnyman.com/2008/04/11/javascript-loop-performance/), it sho...
I'm trying to save a vim macro that includes the backspace character to my vimrc file. The idea of this macro is to add a documentation segment in a js file. So if I have the following function:  function foo() { }   I'll put the cursor on th...
I want that when converting haxe to JavaScript, asynchronous is added to its methods. I have Haxe code:   @:expose class Main implements IAsync {         static function main() {         trace("test");     }             static function testAw...
I understand how to use macros with katex.render for on-the-fly rendering, but I can't figure out how to achieve that when using renderMathInElement. The code below doesn't work.  <script>     document.addEventListener("DOMContentLo...
I'm brand new to Sweet.js. My first simple macro is the following  macro test {   rule {     $className($entityName)   } => {     function test$className()     {       console.print("$className");       console.print("$entityName&#...

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