I am getting some client-side Javascript stack overflow issues specifically in IE browser,  this is happening inside a third party library that makes some function calls and for some reason they occasionally brake in IE only due to it's low sta...
I'm reading Professional JavaScript for Web Developers 3rd ed. and in the summary of chapter 4 one can read:     Two types of values can be stored in JavaScript variables: primitive values and reference values.   Primitive values have one of the...
How does stack order work in javascript when using anonymous functions? I would expect the following code to print: "first call second call third call", but instead it prints: "second call third call first call".  function findTweets(...
I understand from MDN that 'undefined' is recognised as a primitive value, which is corroborated by the ES doco also stating that an "undefined value" is a "primitive value used when a variable has not been assigned a value"....
How can I get the first element from my stack here is my code  var stack = []; stack.push(id1); stack.push(id2);   I know there is something like peek in java. Is there any similar method in JS using which i can get the topmost element?...
What is the best way to implement a Stack and a Queue in JavaScript?  I'm looking to do the shunting-yard algorithm and I'm going to need these data-structures....
While I was using javascript generators to implement a debugger for a small scheme interpreter I starting wondering about the stack model in e.g. the chrome javascript engine. Normally It's enough to have one stack for function call frames. In ca...
Is there a way to determine the stack depth of all functions being executed in javascript by using javascript itself?  I'm thinking it might involve modifying the Function prototype, but I really don't have any idea.  Additionally, it would b...
I successfully mapped y values, but I'm having trouble mapping an x value to an arbitrary field on my values when creating a stacked bar graph using the stack layout. I'm not really familiar with Javascript and d3; so I'm probably missing...
I know that array is some kind of an object, but it also has numeric indexes. And arr.length is a property, which returns not the number of elements in the array, but the last index+1. We can remove the last element using decrement of length or funct...

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