I have a generic question about javascript specification or implementation of functions pointer (delegates?) which are points to object methods.  Please, read the following code snippet. Here we have an object with a method using 'this' to ac...
Take a look at the following code:  var o;  (function (p) {     p = function () {         alert('test');     }; })(o);  o(); // Error: 'o is not a function'   In the above function I am creating an anonymous function that takes one pa...
In C, when there are variables (assume both as int) i less than j, we can use the equation    i^=j^=i^=j   to exchange the value of the two variables. For example, let int i = 3, j = 5; after computed i^=j^=i^=j, I have i = 5, j = 3.  However, if I u...
I have a javascript function that takes an object as a parameter.  I want one of the properties of passed object to be a function pointer.  But the function is executed which I don't want to happen.  Example:  var myFuncPtr = function(){alert(...
After looking around a bit, I couldn't find an answer to this question, though I suspect it's been asked before.  The closest I could find is this Function pointers in objects though it doesn't get quite what I'm after.  Suppose we ha...
I want to provide a WebAssembly module with an external JavaScript function that accepts a Rust function pointer.  Once this JS module is initialized, it will call the run() function from the .wasm module, and that will in turn call peekaboo:  window...
It is possible to modify parents properties from within a child component when the props are an Array:    Vue.component('search-box', {   template: '#search-box-template',   props: ['who'] }) var vm = new Vue({   el: '#roo...
I have the following anonymous function:  (function() {  var a = 1;  var b = 2;   function f1() {  }   function f2() {  }   // this => window object!  // externalFunction(this); })();  function externalFunction(pointer) {  // pointer.f1(); => f...
Is it possible to use a string as a nameholder for an array?  var myArray = ["a","b","c"]; var myPointer = "myArray";  console.log(myPointer[1]); //Should return "b"...
I have the following struct (or class?) in JavaScript:  function ImageStruct() {     this.id = -1;     this.isCover = true;     this.isPaired = false;     this.row = -1;     this.column = -1; }    I add this class to a bidimensional array.  var imgSt...

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