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`In this fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/mjmitche/6nar4/3/, if you drag, for example, the little blue box into the yellow box, then the big black box will turn pink. All of the 4 boxes along the left can be dragged into the boxes inside the black box.   At...`
`I have the following code:  c.m & 3 || (b |= 2,    65 <= a && 90 >= a ? a = 65 : 48 <= a && 57 >= a ? a = 48 : b & 1 ? 97 <= a && 122 >= a ? a = 65 : 197 == a || 229 == a ? b &= 5 : 192 <= a &...`
`I try to understand this one. It is an example from advanced javascript by John Resig.  function yell(n) {     return n > 0 ? yell(n-1) + "a" : "hiy"; } alert( yell(4) );   As a beginner I somehow would use a temporary variable to...`
`I’ve come across the situation multiple times that I call a function based on a binary situation where ternary would work fine:  buttonPressed ? files.audio.current.play() : files.audio.current.stop()   But see all that extra wasted code? Is there...`
`Can anyone explain to me what is the difference between these two statements and why the second one does not work and the first one does:   if (finalWord.length > 140) return false; else return finalWord; (finalWord.length > 140) ? false : fina...`
`I get unexpected result for this simple JavaScript assignment statement:  var t = 1 == 1 ? 1 : 0; undefined   I would have expected to get 1 assigned to v instead. Same result if you do  var t = (1 == 1 ? 1 : 0); undefined   Can somebody explain why...`
`What I want to do is check if there is element in array, if it is, I want to increment counter. Compiler reports error when I do count++ but not when I do count + 1, and it increments correctly. Is it because count++ is operation and not an expressio...`
`I am trying to test the truthiness of an object property.  Whether it exists and has a value use that value and if it does not then add a default value to another object.   const initNetwork = ( setupObj ) => {     let obj = {};      obj = Object....`
`Doing this  const bool = true; const a = 2 + true ? 3 : 0; const b = 2 + false ? 3 : 0;   gives me a = 3 and b = 0. Why is the 2 + being ignored?...`