I have a string in a loop and for every loop, it is filled with texts the looks like this:  "123 hello everybody 4" "4567 stuff is fun 67" "12368 more stuff"   I only want to retrieve the first numbers up to the text in the st...
I would like a javascript function that mimics the python .format() function that works like  .format(*args, **kwargs)   A previous question gives a possible (but not complete) solution for '.format(*args)  JavaScript equivalent to printf/string....
I'm using this function to phone mask and works almost perfectly.  function mask(o, f)  {      v_obj = o;      v_fun = f;      setTimeout("execmask()", 1)  };  function execmask()  {      v_obj.value = v_fun(v_obj.value)  };  function mph...
I want to use a statically defined template for URL building.   I'm trying to use ES6 string interpolation feature for this  var template = "http://example.com/?name=${name}&age=${age}";  var name = "John"; var age = "30&#...
Let's say I have a    format string "XXX - XXX - XXXX" (to format a phone number), or any other format string in which X stands for a number I want to preserve the formatting in the format string (spacing, dashes etc.), but exchange each...
I took the following function from this site and plugged it into my code to display a user-friendly time string based on a millisecond argument.  Why does this function not work?      function getTimeFromMillis(millis)     {          milliSecs = mill...
Although I've worked with it in C and Java, I forget the basic output method for getting placeholders to make columns on a text output:  Oakenshield     Thorin Baggins         Bilbo Gray, the       Gandalf   Then, once this function is known, whe...
Couldn't find this anywhere, maybe I'm looking for the wrong verbs.   I'm trying to get a textbox to require a certain format as you type in a number. For simplicity, lets use a phone number example. As I type into the box I want some gui...
Here is the Python example  >>> 'Coordinates: {latitude}, {longitude}'.format(latitude='37.24N', longitude='-115.81W')  'Coordinates: 37.24N, -115.81W'   I am looking for a way to emulate this behavior in Java...
In Java/Android, you can use Format strings to specify how some outlook is expected to look like. These Format strings can be passed to String.format() or Formatter(), for example.  Simple examples are %s or %1$d.  Now I would like to write a RegEx t...

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