If I have a reference to an object:  var test = {};   that will potentially (but not immediately) have nested objects, something like:  {level1: {level2: {level3: "level3"}}};   What is the best way to check for the existence of property in...
If I have a JavaScript object such as:  var list = {   "you": 100,    "me": 75,    "foo": 116,    "bar": 15 };   Is there a way to sort the properties based on value? So that I end up with  list = {   "bar":...
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If I have a JavaScript object such as:  var list = {   "you": 100,    "me": 75,    "foo": 116,    "bar": 15 };   Is there a way to sort the properties based on value? So that I end up with  list = {   "bar":...
In JavaScript we have a few ways of getting the properties of an object, depending on what we want to get.   1) Object.keys(), which returns all own, enumerable properties of an object, an ECMA5 method.  2) a for...in loop, which returns all the en...
What's the fastest way to count the number of keys/properties of an object?  It it possible to do this without iterating over the object?  i.e. without doing  var count = 0; for (k in myobj) if (myobj.hasOwnProperty(k)) count++;   (Firefox did...
I've run into a unique situation that I have so far been unable to find a solution for: dynamically assigning a value to a CSS style.  I know how to use jQuery to assign width, height, etc. to an element, but what I'm trying to do is actual...
It's difficult to explain the case by words, let me give an example:  var myObj = {     'name': 'Umut',     'age' : 34 };  var prop = 'name'; var value = 'Onur';  myObj[name] = value; // This does not wor...
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