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I want to send a datetime.datetime object in serialized form from Python using JSON and de-serialize in JavaScript using JSON. What is the best way to do this?...
I'd like to call a Python function from JavaScript code, because there isn't an alternative in JavaScript for doing what I want. Is this possible? Could you adjust the below snippet to work?  JavaScript code:  var tag = document.getElements...
Is there a javascript equivalent of Python's zip function?  That is, given multiple arrays of equal lengths create an array of pairs.  For instance, if I have three arrays that look like this:  var array1 = [1, 2, 3]; var array2 = ['a',...
I have recently been learning Python and am dipping my hand into building a web-scraper.  It's nothing fancy at all; its only purpose is to get the data off of a betting website and have this data put into Excel.  Most of the issues are solvabl...
I need a headless browser which is fairly easy to use (I am still fairly new to Python and programming in general) which will allow me to navigate to a page, log into a form that requires Javascript, and then scrape the resulting web page by searchi...
There is a JavaScript parser at least in C and Java (Mozilla), in JavaScript (Mozilla again) and Ruby. Is there any currently out there for Python?  I don't need a JavaScript interpreter, per se, just a parser that's up to ECMA-262 standards...
I'm trying to download a binary file using XMLHttpRequest (using a recent Webkit) and base64-encode its contents using this simple function:  function getBinary(file){     var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();       xhr.open("GET", file, fals...

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