Does anyone know what the difference is between these two methods:  String.prototype.slice String.prototype.substring...
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I have a user registration form using PHP & MySQL & jQuery. What is the best way to limit user input to 120 chars.  1st) Using a field type like VARCHAR with 120 chars (length) and let the MySQL do the "dirty" job.  2nd) Using PHP sub...
Lets say I have a string, but the text could be anything!     This is a test case   The 'boundary' is the count after a space, this means the charIndex =  (0) This  (5) is  (8) a  (10) test  (15) case  The above means from (0) to (5) the word...
Basically, I would like to create a Javascript function to return me the string between the first space character and '=' character.  For eg:-    ABC123 Mercedes Benz = 300,000   The function should return me Mercedes Benz. Is there a way to...
I want to fetch a particular value from a javascript string without using methods like indexOf or substr. Is there any predefined method of doing so?  For e.g., I have a string,  var str = "a=1|b=2|c=3|d=4|e=5|f=6";   I want to fetch the valu...
I have a string, it gets squished into one line with a (return?) character, but should be like this:  Service Type: Registration Coordinator  Authorized Amount: $4 Authorized Mileage: $1.25   I want to get 'Registration Coordinator' or whatev...
I was having some problem when trying to get the returned array from function in JavaScript. Here is the code:  var circle; var eventNameList = []; function doBuffer(pos) { $.ajax({     url: "/TogetherSG/TogetherServlet?action=GetEvents",...
Whenever a html content entered from TinyMCE or other editor, shown in grid with short content, the design get distorted due to  or  etc. as applied substr($strin, 0, 100).  for example:  $str = '<div class="contnt"><p><spa...
kwd variable holds this value:  news path:".aspx" It is basically the query string of an url.    var path= "path:\".aspx\"";    so kwd=  whatever user types passed to the url like this+path:  kwd=news path:".aspx";   I...

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