There are a couple of popular recursive angular directive Q&A's out there, which all come down to one of the following solutions:   manually incrementally 'compile' HTML based on runtime scope state   example 1 [stackoverflow] examp...
In this answer, a promise chain is built recursively.  Simplified slightly, we have :  function foo() {     function doo() {         // always return a promise         if (/* more to do */) {             return doSomethingAsync().then(doo);...
I am experimenting with a more functional style in my JavaScript; therefore, I have replaced for loops with utility functions such as map and reduce.  However, I have not found a functional replacement for while loops since tail call optimization i...
I've seen versions of this question for other languages, but not for JS.  Is it possible to do this recursively in one function?  I understand that I need to take the first element in the string, and then append it to each solution to the recur...
I've got a directory with an unknown amount of subfolders. Each subfolder might have or not further subfolders. I am itterating through them using a recursive function. Due to the unknown amounts of subfolders I am missing a way to make sure that...
Given  let doAsynchronousStuff = () => {   return new Promise(resolve => {     setTimeout(() => {       resolve("abcdefg"[Math.floor(Math.random() * 7)])     }, Math.PI * 1 + Math.random())   })   .then(data => console.log(data))...
I was wondering if there is a way to check for repeated characters in a string without using double loop. Can this be done with recursion?  An example of the code using double loop (return true or false based on if there are repeated characters in a...
i am using NodeJs and need call a infinite function, but i dont know what is the best for a optimal performance.  recursive function  function test(){ //my code test(); }   setInterval  setInterval(function(){ //my code },60);   setTimeout  function...
I'm trying to write a function that will loop through my object and return the level depth of the object.  For example, if I ran the function on this object:  var test = {   name: 'item 1',   children: [{     name: 'level 1 item',...
I'm a beginner in javascript, or any other programming language. I have managed to make a script to sum up the digits from a number.  function sumDigits(number){   var number = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100) + 1;   var result = number.toString()...

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