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String.protototype.toCharCodes()

One of the functions that didn’t make the cut for jPaq is String.prototype.toCharCodes().  The reason is I don’t feel that it is a function that many people are looking for.  Still, if you are looking for a good implementation for it, you can use this:

By Chris West, ago
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getMatches(str, exp)

I recently encountered two troubling bugs with jPaq’s String.prototype.indexOfPattern() function.  In order to fix it, I ended up exploring the powerful String.prototype.replace() function, exploiting the parameter passed into the callback function.  I already knew that the matched text and sub-groups were passed into the callback function.  The thing that I Read more…

By Chris West, ago
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No jPaq.openWindow() For Now

Up until today, I was interested in writing a more object oriented version of the native window.open() function.  Unfortunately, I found out that there are some major incompatibility issues between browsers.  Let’s take this example for instance: As you may have already guessed, the above code is simply supposed to Read more…

By Chris West, ago