## Divisibility By Three, Six & Nine

When people say that being able to do simple math is what counts the most, they may not be far off. Did you know that as long as you can add, you can look at any number and tell whether or not the number is evenly divisible by three and/or Read more…

## Solid Type Checking Functions

Now Available in YourJS John Resig definitely has some awesome code inside of jQuery. One of the things that I think is cool is how jQuery does type checking. After looking through the code, I developed my own flavor of functions using the same principle. Here is the code that Read more…

###### Blog

Method overloading is one of the nice things that exists in real programming languages such as Java. Even though JavaScript starts with “Java”, there are very few similarities between the two languages. Still, due to the power of the scripting language, there is a way to overload functions. The most Read more…

## JavaScript – Cube Root & Beyond

Learn how to take the cube root, 4th root, 5th root, etc. of numbers in JavaScript.

## Excel – Batch Convert XLS To CSV

Update!!! A newer HTML application (HTA) has just been created which accomplishes the same thing but in a more customizable manner. Click here to read the post. Original Post A few days ago, someone asked me to help them convert a large number of XLS files to CSV. Since, while Read more…

## Convert Anything To A Number

There are many times in JavaScript when you need to scrub the input and give output of a specific type. Today, I will cover how you can convert anything into a number. The function to do so is as follows: Now the question is, what happens under different circumstances. Look Read more…

## Math In the Address Bar

Did you know that you can do math problems in the address bar of your browser? Regardless of what browser your using, you can use its address bar to find the answer to an arithmetic problem. For instance, let’s say that you are using Internet Explorer and all of a Read more…

## Private Variables In JavaScript

Often times, many people have made claims that it is not possible to make variables private in JavaScript. I am here to tell you that those people are wrong. There are many implementations from JavaScript guru’s such as Douglas Crockford explaining how to do this. Although these implementations will get Read more…

## Deep Copy of Arrays

With jPaq and many other JavaScript libraries, it is very easy to do a shallow copy of an array. On the other hand, it isn’t as easy to do a deep copy of arrays. For this reason, I plan on replacing the Array.prototype.clone() function with the following: The above code Read more…

## Power Set

As I was beefing up my past implementation of cartesianProductOf(), I decided to look into set theory a little bit more. After looking through some Wikipedia pages, I found another process that may be of interest to JavaScript programmers that have to deal with sets: a JavaScript implementation of finding Read more…