How can I use Unicode-aware regular expressions in JavaScript? For example, there should be something akin to \w that can match any code-point in Letters or Marks category (not just the ASCII ones), and hopefully have filters like [[P*]] for punctu...
I am building search and I am going to use javascript autocomplete with it. I am from Finland (finnish language) so I have to deal with some special characters like ä, ö and å  When user types text in to the search input field I try to match the...
I'm trying to convert a unicode string to a hexadecimal representation in javascript.  This is what I have:   function convertFromHex(hex) {     var hex = hex.toString();//force conversion     var str = '';     for (var i = 0; i < he...
Here's a fun snippet I ran into today:  /\ba/.test("a") --> true /\bà/.test("à") --> false   However,  /à/.test("à") --> true   Firstly, wtf?  Secondly, if I want to match an accented character at the start...
I've found some letters but i need to find others such as "c", "m", "p", is this even possible?...
I take user-input (JS code) and execute (process) them in realtime to show some output.  Sometimes the code has those zero width space, it's really weird. i don't know how the users are input'ing that. Example - "(?$".length ===...
I need to convert the punycode NIATO-OTABD to nñiñatoñ.  I found a text converter in JavaScript the other day, but the punycode conversion doesn't work if there's a dash in the middle.  Any suggestion to fix the "dash" issue?...
I need to insert an Omega (?) onto my html page. I am using its HTML escaped code to do that, so I can write &#937; and get ?. That's all fine and well when I put it into a HTML element; however, when I try to put it into my JS, e.g. var Om...
I'm writing some javascript that processes website content. My efforts are being thwarted by SharePoint text editor's tendency to put the "zero width space" character in the text when the user presses backspace.  The character's u...
Why does this work:  <p id="emoji">&#x1f604;</p>   And this doesn't:  document.getElementById("emoji").innerHTML = String.fromCharCode(parseInt('1f604', 16));...

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