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allenwb / mapreviver.js
Created Oct 5, 2012
A JSON.parse reviver from ES6 maps
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function mapReviver(key, value) {
if (typeof value != "object") return value;
switch (value["<kind>"]){
case undefined: return value;
case "Map": {
let newValue = new Map;
let mapData = value["<mapData>"];
if (!mapData) return value;
mapData.forEach(e=>newValue.set(e[0], e[1]));
return newValue;
allenwb / short-functions.js
Created Mar 11, 2012 — forked from dherman/short-functions.js
using do () {} for concise functions
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// 1. No new syntax for non-TCP functions.
// This approach does do include a shorter syntax for regular functions, so if a classic JS function
// is what you want you use the classic long form function expression:
a.some(function (x){
if (invalid(x))
return true;
allenwb / introspectNumber.js
Created Mar 4, 2012
A hypothetical Number mirror factory that distingishes between number values and number objects
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Number.prototype.introspect = function() {
"use strict"; //.See ES5.1 10.4.3 steps 1-3
if (typeof this == "object") return;//generic object mirror
return new Float(+this); //Number value mirror
allenwb / gist:1861530
Created Feb 19, 2012
JavaScript utf-16 JSON round-tripping experiment
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This is a response to Git 1850768 For some reason the following wouldn't post as a comment

@mranney @piscisaureus

I did some experiments and I don't see any round-tripping issues showing up, at least in FF:

var z= "\ud83d\ude38";   //u+1f638
console.log("z.length: " + z.length);  //expect 2
allenwb / minimalist-classes.js
Created Nov 2, 2011 — forked from BrendanEich/minimalist-classes.js
less minimalism, richer leather
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//work in progress
// A response to jashkenas's fine proposal for minimalist JavaScript classes.
// and BrendanEich's Rich Corinthian Leather alternative proposal
//intro and justifications still to come
// Harmony always stipulated classes as sugar, so indeed we are keeping current
// JavaScript prototype semantics, and classes would only add a syntactic form
// that can desugar to ES5. This is mostly the same assumption that Jeremy
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