Is there any way to get something like the following to work in JavaScript?  var foo = {     a: 5,     b: 6,     c: this.a + this.b  // Doesn't work };   In the current form, this code obviously throws a reference error since this doesn't r...
Why does the following work?  <something>.stop().animate(     { 'top' : 10 }, 10 );   Whereas this doesn't work:  var thetop = 'top'; <something>.stop().animate(     { thetop : 10 }, 10 );   To make it even clearer:...
STORE = {    item : function() {   } }; STORE.item.prototype.add = function() { alert('test 123'); }; STORE.item.add();   I have been trying to figure out what's wrong with this quite a while. Why doesn't this work? However, it work...
I need to create an array of object literals like this:  var myColumnDefs = [     {key:"label", sortable:true, resizeable:true},     {key:"notes", sortable:true,resizeable:true},......   In a loop like this:  for (var i = 0; i < oF...
I am working on this animation function but I have a problem. I can't seem to perform what should be an easy task, I can not get the length of an object. If you check out that jsFiddle you can see that I am running alert(properties.length); and i...
json2.js is strict requiring all object keys be double-quoted. However, in Javascript syntax {"foo":"bar"} is equivalent to {foo:"bar"}.   I have a textarea that accepts JSON input from the user and would like to "ease"...

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