so, call me lazy but I'm trying to add a bit of syntactic sugar to Javascript's alert function. Here's the code:  <script src='jquery.js'></script> <script> window.nativeAlert = window.alert window.alert = functi...
I'm trying to understand  function test() {   return 'foo'; }  console.log(test());  test = function() {   return 'bar'; }  console.log(test());  function test(a, b) {   return 'baz'; }  console.log(test()); console.log(te...
I'm a new game developer who started from C#.  Now I need to transfer one of my games to typescript.  I tried to customize a list in typescript which i'm very familiar to in C#. my code is like below:  export class List {  private items: Arra...
I am learning John Resig's javascript function overloading.  https://johnresig.com/blog/javascript-method-overloading/  I have a question while practicing the examples on this link:  function addMethod (object, name, fn) {   var old = object[ nam...
I currently have 2 classes that inherit a base BaseGridRowModel, eg:   PersonRowModel CityRowModel   I have created a controller which accepts the base as input, and pushes it the cache for use later.      [HttpPost]    public ActionResult RowChecked...
I think I might fail at Googling, and maybe this pattern just doesn't fit with the way JavaScript handles MRO, but I'm looking for an equivalent to Perl's AUTOLOAD method such that:  function car() {   return {     start: function() { ale...
I want to make a custom Array object that recieves a number as index, and depending on the value of the index, it would return a computed value.  For example:  >>> var MyArray(2); >>> MyArray[2]; 4 >>> MyArray.2; 4   I know...
Very happy to see Dart support operator overloading (very cool :) ), but I am curious as to how this implementation translates to Javascript before I dive into developing something around this? Know this isn't something Javascript supports native...
Can I do the following?  function contains(element) {   // if the element is a Vertex object, do this  if (element instanceof Vertex) {    var vertex = element;   for ( var index in self.verticies) {    if (self.verticies[index].id == vertex.id) {...

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