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<div class="note"> JavaScript is not enabled. The regex generator is written completely for client side execution so you need to turn on JavaScript to use it. </div> First attempt at making a user-friendly regex generator. A little buggy in IE. JavaScript Lab - Tools - JS Regex Generator

JavaScript Lab - Tools - JS Regex Generator

Found at: http://publish.ez.no/article/articleprint/11/ This article will give you an introduction to the world of . I'll start off with explaining what regular expressions are and introduce it's syntax, then some examples with varying complexity and last a list of tools which use . about code about code
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What the JavaScript RegExp API Got Wrong, &amp; How to Fix It Over the last few years, I've occasionally commented on JavaScript's RegExp API, syntax, and behavior on the ES-Discuss mailing list. Recently, JavaScript inventor Brendan Eich suggested that, in order to get more discussion going, I write up a list of regex changes to consider for future ECMAScript standards (or as he humorously put it, have my "95 [regex] theses nailed to the ES3 cathedral door"). I figured I'd give it a shot, but I'm going to split my response into a few parts. What the JavaScript RegExp API Got Wrong, &amp; How to Fix It
Jslibs is a standalone JavaScript development runtime environment for using JavaScript as a general-purpose scripting language. jslibs uses SpiderMonkey library that is Gecko's JavaScript engine (SpiderMonkey is used in various Mozilla products, including Firefox). The latest version of jslibs uses the new TraceMonkey/JaegerMonkey library with tracing/method JIT enabled. jslibs provides a set of native modules that contains various general purpose classes and functions. Some of these modules are simple wrappers for familiar libraries such as: zlib, SQLite, FastCGI, NSPR (Netscape Portable Runtime) , ODE (Open Dynamics Engine) , libpng, libjpeg, librsvg, SDL, libiconv, OpenGL, OpenAL, ogg vorbis, libTomCrypt, libffi (Foreign function interface) , ... jslibs - Project Hosting on Google Code jslibs - Project Hosting on Google Code
Présentation de Javascript (weebaz) Par Martin Depuis l’arrivée du web2.0 avec ses interfaces plus vivantes, le Javascript est de nouveau à la mode. Souvent utilisé avec Ajax il permet d’ajouter une couche d’ergonomie supplémentaire à l’interface utilisateur. Javascript s’est « professionnalisé » ces dernières années, au travers de frameworks qui apportent leur simplicité et standardisent les développements. Fini donc les bouts de code que chacun bidouillait dans son coin, aujourd’hui Javascript permet beaucoup plus que cela, encore faut il en connaitre un minimum sur le sujet, c’est ce que nous allons voir. Présentation de Javascript (weebaz)
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Why reinvent the wheel every time you run into a problem with JavaScript? This cookbook is chock-full of code recipes that address common programming tasks, as well as techniques for building web apps that work in any browser. Just copy and paste the code samples into your project—you’ll get the job done faster and learn more about JavaScript in the process. You'll also learn how to take advantage of the latest features in ECMAScript 5 and HTML5, including the new cross-domain widget communication technique, HTML5's video and audio elements, and the drawing canvas. JavaScript Cookbook JavaScript Cookbook
JavaScript Kit- Array Object JavaScript Kit- Array Object By default sorts an array alphabetically and ascending. By passing in an optional SortFunction, you can sort numerically and by other criteria as well. If SortFunction is defined, the array elements are sorted based on the relationship between each pair of elements within the array, "a" and "b", and your function's return value.