So QUnit provides the "raise" assertion to test if an exception is thrown. Is there any way to test the actual message thrown by the exception, though? For instance, say I have this function: ...

So QUnit provides the "raise" assertion to test if an exception is thrown. Is there any way to test the actual message thrown by the exception, though? For instance, say I have this function: ...

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im trying to make my own chat... so i have an input text field, the submit button, isn't even submit, its just a button.... so when the enter key is pressed, i need the value of the input field to ...

im trying to make my own chat... so i have an input text field, the submit button, isn't even submit, its just a button.... so when the enter key is pressed, i need the value of the input field to ...

I currently work on the following page: divResizable has been modified by jQuery using the following code in $().ready() $("#divResizable").resizable({ handles: 'e' }); $("#divResizable").bind("...

I currently work on the following page: divResizable has been modified by jQuery using the following code in $().ready() $("#divResizable").resizable({ handles: 'e' }); $("#divResizable").bind("...

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This is my checkbox HTML code <input id="termsCheckbox" name="termsCheckbox" type="checkbox" value="terms" <?PHP echo $terms; ?> class="checkbox"> this is javascript code var terms = $("...

This is my checkbox HTML code <input id="termsCheckbox" name="termsCheckbox" type="checkbox" value="terms" <?PHP echo $terms; ?> class="checkbox"> this is javascript code var terms = $("...

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*Is there a way to call a function defined inside another function in javaSCRIPT? For example: window.onload() = function() { function my_function(){ print("Blah"); }; }; function ...

*Is there a way to call a function defined inside another function in javaSCRIPT? For example: window.onload() = function() { function my_function(){ print("Blah"); }; }; function ...

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I'm experimenting with the HTML5 File API, and I'm needing to use a method which I don't know enough about (simply because it's hardly documented anywhere). I'm talking about the FileWriter truncate()...

I'm experimenting with the HTML5 File API, and I'm needing to use a method which I don't know enough about (simply because it's hardly documented anywhere). I'm talking about the FileWriter truncate()...

This is code from a book I have explaining recursion. The problem is that I don't understand the steps taken by the program: var hanoi = function(disc,src,aux,dst) { if (disc > 0) { ...

This is code from a book I have explaining recursion. The problem is that I don't understand the steps taken by the program: var hanoi = function(disc,src,aux,dst) { if (disc > 0) { ...

Browsing Hacker News and I come across http://streamjs.org/ which is an implementation of a lazy evaluated collection in Javascript. One of the examples is this: function ones() { return new ...

Browsing Hacker News and I come across http://streamjs.org/ which is an implementation of a lazy evaluated collection in Javascript. One of the examples is this: function ones() { return new ...

I'm using Cleditor http://premiumsoftware.net/cleditor/docs/GettingStarted.html. I want to get the value on keyup and insert the text into another div. cleditor comes with change() event that i'm ...

I'm using Cleditor http://premiumsoftware.net/cleditor/docs/GettingStarted.html. I want to get the value on keyup and insert the text into another div. cleditor comes with change() event that i'm ...