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Is it possible to implement non-local-returns in JavaScript besides Exceptions? Is it possible to implement non-local-returns in JavaScript besides
http://stackoverflow.com/question...s-in-javascript-besides-exceptions
javascipt: == or ===? javascipt: == or ===? Possible Duplicate: Javascript === vs == : Does it matter which “equal” operator I use? Hi, This is my
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6219593/javascipt-or
Why parenthesis don't change the operator priority for == and === in JavaScript? Why parenthesis don't change the operator priority for == and === in
http://stackoverflow.com/question...tor-priority-for-and-in-javascript
Why is using Javascript eval function a bad idea? Why is using Javascript eval function a bad idea? The eval function is a powerful and easy way to
http://stackoverflow.com/question...avascript-eval-function-a-bad-idea
Tags: javascript jquery equals type-coercion Does their documentation claim it is not safe? See here for why checking againts the window object with ===
http://stackoverflow.com/question...tion-about-jquery-source-on-window
HTML 5 and Javascript's Role? HTML 5 and Javascript's Role? Anyone clear on how big a role Javascript will play when HTML 5 comes around? I'm
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2388578/html-5-and-javascripts-role
=== vs == , whats up? === vs == , whats up? Possible Duplicate: Javascript === vs == : Does it matter which “equal” operator I use? In PHP and
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3749437/vs-whats-up
http://twitter.com/tobeytailor/status/8998006366 (x=[].reverse)() === window // true I've noticed that this behavior affects all the native types. What exactly is happening here? Tags: javascript
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ody-explain-this-javascript-method
&& Operator precendence in JavaScript && Operator precendence in JavaScript if(e.FN === ' ' && e.GN === ' ' && e.LN === ' ' && e.DB === ' '){ This
http://stackoverflow.com/question...operator-precendence-in-javascript
(as nss correctly pointed out, I see now) Why I use === here? have a look Javascript === vs == : Does it matter which "equal" operator I use? I don't
http://stackoverflow.com/question...javascript-not-working-as-expected