Mate: Gillice: boolean false
Mate: Havvy: SyntaxError: missing ; before statement
Mate: Gillice: SyntaxError: missing ; before statement
Pikey: Ok sure but with ‘hello’ === ‘hello’ you’re creating two separate string objects aren’t you?
Baskas: Why wouldn’t == work?
Ringuette: Rabbles: not objects, no
Bradey: Rabbles, Strings are treated as primitives unless you specify otherwise.
Mate: Gillice: boolean true
Meiers: Is there a way to quickly compare two arrays?
Sarvas: Array.prototype.every might be able to help out
Tamminen: If you want to know if they’re equal
Liberman: If you’re looking for the difference, that won’t help
Tavarez: However, Array.prototype.filter would 😛
Riopel: Rabbles, It also depends on what he array contains. And array of objects would need to be compared recursively.
Ocampo: Rabbles, So it depends on the context for the compare. Sometimes using .every might be fine with numbers, string, or objects that define an .equal method or similar.
Krumbein: I’m surprised there isn’t a way to shallowly compare two arrays that doesn’t involve a callback.
Hahne: Not that it’s a big inconvenience, just surprising
Vesely: I usually just try to avoid comparing arrays in JS.
Derby: Yeah I’m writing a shallow compare function
Praylow: Anybody opinionated on grunt vs gulp
Schramek: Is this the most efficient way to go about resetting an object to some default values while keep reference? http://pastebin.com/ddm1J6UM
Brandl: Why would it involve a callback?
Hargraves: Praylow: pick whatever makes the most sense to you
Gerrard: It’s an endless debate
Praylow: Gillice: agreed I was just bored, I am sorry :
Praylow: Yeah so far I like gulp as well
Antonich: Has anyone done in-context paypal integration popup with meteor
Dement: Rabbles: http://es5.github.io/x11.html#x11.9.3
Watley: Rabbles: http://jsfiddle.net/Gillice/y1vdLjp6/
Navarro: Might be a better way really
Boling: Rabbles: http://jsfiddle.net/Gillice/y1vdLjp6/
Westenbarger: That one finds the ‘odd one out’
Stachniw: Which I think might be more accurate
Mahapatra: Closer to what you’d expect it to do
Olquin: Anyway, I can’t think of a use for them, and they’d need improvement
Walls: Gillice, http://jsfiddle.net/Gillice/y1vdLjp6/
Glanz: I mean http://jsfiddle.net/y1vdLjp6/2/
Wankum: Sure I can do that. I though modifying DOM objects like that is bad idea
Hanke: Rabbles: yes, that’ll also work
Goyette: Extending native prototypes is not a good idea if that’s what you meant
Ostrom: That is what I meant thanks
Pegg: Whats the syntax error here: http://pastebin.com/rCMK4CxV
Devall: Error: SyntaxError: missing after argument list
Goyette: Django_, missing in line 5
Goyette: Follow open closing parens
Goyette: Since forever, pernes must match on both sides