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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...`
`Been working on this all morning and just can't seem to figure out what's wrong with this ternary expression. No errors are being recorded, but the first part of the expression never evaluates. Any ideas?  <a className="buy-proposals-c...`
`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....`