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difference between JavaScript's comparison operators: identity and equality. From what I've read, if you check the equality of two objects using ==, JavaScript
http://stackoverflow.com/question...son-operators-identity-vs-equality
JavaScript inheritance extend function JavaScript inheritance extend function I'm having some trouble understanding the IF clause at the end of this
http://stackoverflow.com/question...script-inheritance-extend-function
Tags: javascript types equality jslint You're probably right, but being a bit Devil's advocate: someone overrid the `.length` prototype? :) Well, === is
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-when-you-are-sure-types-are-equal
Checking to see if a value exists in Javascript Checking to see if a value exists in Javascript How do I check if a given variable has a value? What
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ee-if-a-value-exists-in-javascript
What does ' >>> ' mean in javascript? What does ' >>> ' mean in javascript? I have this piece of javascript code that I am trying to understand
http://stackoverflow.com/question...34451/what-does-mean-in-javascript
deploy/js/jquery.backgroundPosition.js:11: WARNING - accessing name name in externs has no effect if(name === 'background-position'){ ^ Tags: javascript jquery google google-closure You
http://stackoverflow.com/question.../google-closure-error-with-externs
, the right answer is: if (top === self) { alert('parent'); } else { alert('iframe'); } Credit goes to Greg Tags: javascript iframe if (top === self)
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ow-its-being-executed-in-an-iframe
Is it possible to determine whether a variable in javascript is a generator or not? Is it possible to determine whether a variable in javascript is a
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-in-javascript-is-a-generator-or-n
'string' && typeof window[type] === 'function') { return new(window[type])(value); } } return value; }); Tags: javascript json 404 response is related to
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-from-javascript-method-json-parse
More elegant alternative for "value === false"? More elegant alternative for "value === false"? In JavaScript, I want to compare a value for (strict)
http://stackoverflow.com/question...legant-alternative-for-value-false