I am looking into Javascript programming without a browser. I want to run scripts from the Linux or Mac OS X command line, much like we run any other scripting language (ruby, php, perl, python...)  $ javascript my_javascript_code.js   I looked int...
I am trying to figure out, how i can convert a unix timestamp to a readable date using javascript.   For an example, i want to convert this unix: 1422360000, to a date format like this (or something simular):   Tue, 27 Jan 2015 12:00:00 GMT        So...
I'm throwing a unix timestamp from my php to my javascript and I noticed that PHP and Javascript timestamps are different (seconds vs. milliseconds) from the epoch.   What I'm basically doing is to echo the php unixtime then add 3 zeroes (as...
I've been running into a really odd and seemingly random issue on our web app that I just can't seem to successfully debug. It runs fine for anywhere from 10 minutes to 6 hours, and then all of a sudden no remote requests to or from the serve...
I have a javascript file that looks like this.  var val = "foo" console.log(val) //EVALMD-STDOUT-FILE-DELIMETER if (!val) var val = "bar" console.log(val) //EVALMD-STDOUT-FILE-DELIMETER console.log(val)   I can run it two ways.  node...
I was wondering what tool/package I can use to create a graph that can put multiple sub categories on x axis. This is very similar to a feature in excel graphs.  For example:  Apple| Oranges| WaterMelon | Bittermelon | Cucumbers | Lotus Root     Frui...
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Im trying to upload a plain text file to a server from my javascript form. When you hit submit, I need to store a text file on my server so that my translator program can read the file. Please see my project and it will make sense Link to my project...
I was reading this article today on two different regular expression algorithms.    According to the article old Unix tools like ed, sed, grep, egrep, awk, and lex, all use what's called the Thompson NFA algorithm in their regular expresssions......
I'm displaying the date and time like this     24-Nov-2009 17:57:35   I'd like to convert it to a unix timestamp so I can manipulate it easily. I'd need to use regex to match each part of the string then work out the unix timestamp from t...

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