How do you convert decimal values to their hexadecimal equivalent in JavaScript?...
How can I convert a JavaScript object into a string?  Example:  var o = {a:1, b:2} console.log(o) console.log('Item: ' + o)   Output:     Object { a=1, b=2} // very nice readable output :)   Item: [object Object] // no idea what's insid...
Is there a way in JS to get the entire HTML within the html tags, as a string?  document.documentElement.??...
Anyone knows why javascript Number.toString function does not represents negative numbers correctly?  //If you try (-3).toString(2); //shows "-11" // but if you fake a bit shift operation it works as expected (-3 >>> 0).toString(2);...
What I would like to be able to do is create a string from a Javascript HTMLElement Object. For example:  var day = document.createElement("div"); day.className = "day"; day.textContent = "Random Text";   Now we have create th...
null and undefined don't have a toString or valueOf method. Afaik using String calls the toString method of its parameter (e.g. String({}) => [object Object]).   Why do String(null) or String(undefined work then? It doesn't implicitly do O...
When you run:  window.toString.call("")   everything's fine in FF/CH but in IE8 you get a script error. Investigating a bit more it turned out, that window.toString.call is undefined in IE8?  You can also run this one:  window.toString in...
Is there any expression where by an object's toString method is implicitly called overriding its valueOf method?   In the examples below, valueOf is always called implicitly (overriding toString).  "4" + {     toString: function () {...
Calling toString() on the function below returns different strings across browsers.  I understand this is because ECMA-262 15.3.4.2 leaves wiggle room for each vendor.  Chrome returns the comments in addition to all syntax.  Sadly Firefox 3.6 omits t...
I am noticing something very strange when testing one of my functions that checks the validity of numbers, I first noticed it when testing the 'number.toString()[0]'. If I console logged (fLetter(019272)); the '0' is always showing &#...

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