How to escape regular expression in javascript? [duplicate]

How to escape regular expression in javascript? [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here: Is there a RegExp.escape function in Javascript? 12 answers I have code like:pattern = 'arrayname[1]'; // fet

Center a column using Twitter Bootstrap 3

Center a column using Twitter Bootstrap 3

How do I center a div of one column size within the container (12 columns) in Twitter Bootstrap 3.Please see the starter fiddle.

C++ delete - It deletes my objects but I can still access the data?

C++ delete - It deletes my objects but I can still access the data?

I have written a simple, working tetris game with each block as an instance of a class singleblock.class SingleBlock{ public: SingleBlock(int, int); ~SingleBlock(); int x; int y; SingleBlock *next;};class MultiBlock{ pu

calling non-static method in static method in Java [duplicate]

calling non-static method in static method in Java [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here: Cannot make a static reference to the non-static method 8 answers I'm getting an error when I try to call a n

Local variables in Python nested functions

Local variables in Python nested functions

Okay, bear with me on this, I know it's going to look horribly convoluted, but please help me understand what's happening.from functools import partialclass Cage(object): def __init__(self, animal): self.animal = animaldef gotimes

What are the nuances of scope prototypal / prototypical inheritance in AngularJS?

What are the nuances of scope prototypal / prototypical inheritance in AngularJS?

The API Reference Scope page says: A scope can inherit from a parent scope.The Developer Guide Scope page says: A scope (prototypically) inherits properties from its parent scope.So, does a child scope always prototypically inherit from i

How do you use JSHint and Browserify together?

How do you use JSHint and Browserify together?

I'm attempting to build a project using Angular and Browserify. My controllers.js file looks like this...'use strict';module.exports.testController = function($scope){ $scope.message = 'Controller 1'; console.log( 'hello' );};As you m

Can multiple directives for one element share an isolated scope?

Can multiple directives for one element share an isolated scope?

Two directives on the same element can not both have isolated scope, but can they both use the same scope isolated from their parent? And can they both use properties bound to the isolated scope?For example, if I have two directives on an

'admin' is not a registered namespace in Django 1.4

'admin' is not a registered namespace in Django 1.4

I'm attempting to upgrade quite a large Django project to the newly released Django 1.4, and I'm having some issues when running python manage.py test.Lots of the internal tests which passed in Django 1.3 are now failing, with really odd me

Check for inf - objective c

Check for inf - objective c

Would anyone know the method for testing whether a double (or integer) is infinity, for example when 1/0 operation is performed?isfinite(n) does not seem to work. 1:You may check if(d == INFINITY) {}or if(d > DBL_MAX) {}INFINITY is a con

how to use jQuery installed with npm in Express app?

how to use jQuery installed with npm in Express app?

I have a node.js + express app and I installed jQuery with npm.in the app.js file I usedvar jquery = require('jquery');In the html file header I included javascript that uses jQuery and I get `jQuery is not defined'.Is it a metter of order

How do I get DOUBLE_MAX?

How do I get DOUBLE_MAX?

AFAIK, C supports just a few data types:int, float, double, char, void enum.I need to store a number that could reach into the high 10 digits. Since I'm getting a low 10 digit # from INT_MAX, I suppose I need a double. doesn't have a DOU

“Input line is too long” error in BAT File

“Input line is too long” error in BAT File

I am having a problem executing a bat file. After some time running I get the "input line is too long" error.The structure of the bat file is simple. There is a main bat file that calls 10 other bat files that are responsible for updating d

How to optimize MySQL Views

How to optimize MySQL Views

I have some querys using views, and these run a lot slower than I would expect them to given all relevant tables are indexed (and not that large anyway).I hope I can explain this:My main Query looks like this (grossly simplified)select [stu

Can an interrupt handler be preempted?

Can an interrupt handler be preempted?

I know that linux does nested interrupts where one interrupt can "preempt" another interrupt, but what about with other tasks.I am just trying to understand how linux handles interrupts. Can they be preempted by some other user task/kernel

Replace string in a specific line using python

Replace string in a specific line using python

I'm writing a python script to replace strings from a each text file in a directory with a specific extension (.seq). The strings replaced should only be from the second line of each file, and the output is a new subdirectory (call it clean

javascript equivalent of PHP's call_user_func()

javascript equivalent of PHP's call_user_func()

Does anyone know if there is one?I want to call a function using a variable name.edit:I posted a fiddle here with what I'm trying to do:http://jsfiddle.net/sAzPA/ ...js:(function($){ $.fn.MyPlugin = function(){ return this.each(functio

Compiling a Linux program for ARM architecture - running on a host OS

Compiling a Linux program for ARM architecture - running on a host OS

I have a ARM Coretex-A8 development board from Freescale (i.MX53) running Linux Ubuntu. It boots up just fine and I can access the system with mouse/keyboard/terminal.To get started I would like to make an application running on the board i

What Unicode symbols are accepted in Python3 variable names?

What Unicode symbols are accepted in Python3 variable names?

I want to use a larger variety of Unicode symbols for variable names in my Python3 scripts. What characters are acceptable to use in Python3 variable names?UPDATE: I recently started using Unicode symbols (such as Greek and Asian symbols) f

Defining XML Parent Style of Gradient / Shape / Corners

Defining XML Parent Style of Gradient / Shape / Corners

How can I define an easily reusable base shape (or gradient, or corners) in XML?I have a dozen or so drawable gradients that will be the same other than the start and end colors. I was hoping to define the identical stuff somewhere else and

I want change the 'return' key of iphone virtual key to a another name

I want change the 'return' key of iphone virtual key to a another name

I want change the 'return' key of iphone virtual key to a another name such as 'Go'. Help me please. 1:There's a [email protected](nonatomic) UIReturnKeyType returnKeyType; defined in the UITextInputTraits protocol.So what you probabl

Modifying emacs forward-word / backward-ward behavior (to be like in vi/vim)

Modifying emacs forward-word / backward-ward behavior (to be like in vi/vim)

What would be the easiest way to have the same kind of behavior that is in vim for the word back and forth navigation? In vim when you press "w" it moves a cursor forward one word, where word consists of a sequence of letters, digits and un

Zipping with padding in Haskell

Zipping with padding in Haskell

A couple of times I've found myself wanting a zip in Haskell that adds padding to the shorter list instead of truncating the longer one. This is easy enough to write. (Monoid works for me here, but you could also just pass in the elements t

Splitting a large txt file into 200 smaller txt files on a regex using shell script in BASH

Splitting a large txt file into 200 smaller txt files on a regex using shell script in BASH

Hi guys I hope the subject is clear enough, I haven't found anything specifically about this in the previously asked bin. I've tried implementing this in Perl or Python, but I think I may be trying too hard.Is there a simple shell command /

Is there such a thing as a catch-all key for a javascript object?

Is there such a thing as a catch-all key for a javascript object?

Considering the following javascript example:var myobj = { func1: function() { alert(name in this) }, func2: function() { alert(name in this) }, func3: function() { alert(name in this) }}myobj.func2(); // ret