parseFloat("NaN")   returns "NaN", but  parseFloat("NaN") == "NaN"   returns false. Now, that's probably a good thing that it does return false, but I don't understand how this is so. Did the JavaScript creat...
I know that  parseInt(myString, 10) // "Never forget the radix"     will return a number if the first characters in the string are numerical, but how can I do this in JavaScript if I have a string like "column5" and want to increment...
I am trying to pull a number (72157648141531978), which starts at the 21st character, out of the title of a page like so:    parseInt(document.title.substring(21), 10);     This returns the string as an integer of 72157648141531980. I can't seem...
I got this strange JavaScript bug that I can seem to work arround or fix.  I am using some code to make 2 JavaScript dates, to insert events into a calendar component. The dates are built the following way:  var endDate = new Date(); var startDate =...
I was wondering if anyone had put together something or had seen something equivalent to the JavaScript parseInt for C#.  Specifically, i'm looking to take a string like:  123abc4567890   and return only the first valid integer  123   I have a st...
<div style="left: 100%"></div>  parseInt($("div").css("left"), 10);   When I try to get value of left, some browsers give result in pixels, some in %.  Here is an example http://jsfiddle.net/WTt4s/1/  Google Chrome...

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