I'm trying to pass some parameter to a function used as callback, how can I do that?  function tryMe (param1, param2) {     alert (param1 + " and " + param2); }  function callbackTester (callback, param1, param2) {     callback (param1,...
Often I will have a JavaScript file that I want to use which requires certain variables be defined in my web page.  So the code is something like this:  <script type="text/javascript" src="file.js"></script> <script t...
I'm preparing some variables in JavaScript (in my specific case, I'd like to get GPS location):  function getVars() {     // ...     var x = locationInfo.lng;      var y = locationInfo.lat; }   I'd like to send them to my managed bean v...
I have a radwindow that I use to show error messages to users in an application. My goal is as below; If the message is not a warning/error I want user to be redirected when they click "OK" on the popped up radwindow. To accomplish this, I&...
We have a requirement to run python scripts from Javascript. We have to pass an input String to the python script as an argument, and display the python output onto our web page.  Here is the Python code, this code works fine when I run this in my li...
How can I have a function accept either named arguments (foo({a: 'hello', b: 'it is me'})) or positional arguments (foo('hello', 'it is me'))?  I understand that named arguments can be simulated by passing an object to...
I'm a newbie in the JavaScript world, and I came up with this weird problem when i was attempting prototype chaining inheritence.  I have 3 classes   //class parent function parent(param_1){     this.param = param_1;     this.getObjWithParam = fu...
I am learning a lot more about jQuery and Javascript, and I am loving it! The power you have over a webform, control, etc with this language beats client-server methodologies hands down!  One of the most common things people do with scripting languag...

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