The actual algorithm function is:  output[i] = ( (129 * input[i]) XOR input[i-1]) % 256 //input[-1] = 0   There are several solutions to this. The one that is usually done is along the lines of:  var output = [0, 129, 3, 129, 7, 129, 3, 129, 15, 129,...
I apologize if this is a duplicate question. It's such a use-case question that it seems everyone has their own version.  I'm wondering if this can be simplified:  if ($('.taxclass').text().indexOf(tax1)>-1 || $('.taxclass'...
Hi the code I am trying to simplify is:    $(document).ready(function(){     $('.selection0').click(function() {         $('.selection0').css('background-color', 'white');         $(this).css('background-color'...
I have lots of small points being created on a canvas, during creation it gets their x, y coordinates and their radius to use later for a collision function I made. This is causing the page to become unresponsive even when I get rid of the interval...
Is there a shorthand version of the following:  let myVar = "I contain a value!";  const myNewerVar = "I contain a newer value!"; if (myNewerVar) {      myVar = myNewerVar; }   myVar should only be set if myNewerVar is truthy.  A shor...
This code has too many function expressions and I would like to simplify it but I don't know how.  (function(a, b) {     for (a in b = a.prototype)(function(c) {         b[a] = function() {             c.apply(this, arguments);             retur...
I am working on school project and am kind of overworked and can't find a way of symplifying this ? code.  function page1() {$('.gallery a:nth-child(-n+8)').removeClass('hidden');$('.gallery a:nth-child(n+9)').addClass(...
Here's a bit of code which works fine but I think could be simplified / shortened. It's basically clicking on a list item, getting it's id and then showing / hiding / removing elements based on the id.  Suggestions on how to simplify this...
To briefly describe the intended design: I want a nav menu that, on hover, reveals content.  But I am also seeking flexibility and simplicity.  Because each nav element behaves in an identical way, I imagine that the javascript and css can be written...
I wrote a part of code in a game which concern the moves of a character, and this code is very repetitive (almost all the same for the 4 directions).   I can't see how I can make it simpler, because of the tests in all 'if' conditions, be...

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