How to split nested ternary operator into normal if else condition

I was trying to understand ternary operator into normal if else condition. stateable = data.length > 0 ? data[0].list > data[0].somelist ? Product.ADDING : Product.REMOVING : Product.NOTHING …

Rendering Content Conditionally in React JS Based on the state

I have a page that renders questions that have been posted. I want to create a button that displays only answered questions based on the state = {isAnswered: true}. Is the state isAnswered is true …

Google sheets automatic Notes [with onEdit() function] on cells’ values resulting from formulas

Is it possible to create automatic Notes based on cells variable values resulting from formulas ? For example A1=stxt(B1;1;4) gives “some” with B1=sometext (variable value), so that A1’s …

Why is the condition in this callback always returns false?

I have a home SPA based on Vue. One of the components is driven by a v-if=”isDisplayed”. This isDisplayed is set by listening to a MQTT topic (see footnote) and new messages received are …

Better way to write spread operator with conditions in javascript

I’m looking for a better way to write the following code: let fromCreatedAt; let toCreatedAt = new Date(); const someObject = { …((!!fromCreatedAt || !!toCreatedAt) ? { createdAt: { …

How Can I Simplify This JSX Conditional Code?

I´ve got this code snippet: export const MessageWindow: FunctionComponent = ({ children, buttonsType }) => { return (

VueJs – Conditional statement / filter on v-for results

So now i’m doing this to organise my results by category but if feel like this could be better: If found this article doing this with a computed property and i feel like this should be the way but can’t get it to work (also because i need a argument for it to work this way i think?): and then something like this: But yeah, it says i can’t pass a argument in that for loop like this so that is where i ended for now. Anyone got an idea how to do this? Stashes looks like this: Answer While

Trouble using the OR operator in a jQuery if statement [closed]

My aim is to check a given ingredient for different attributes with an list of OR statements, but it returns an unexpected || error. $(“.ingredient.clicked”).each(function() { if (typeof $(…