Rebuilding/Parsing plain JavaScript object

Let’s say I have an object containing objects that have 30 key-value pairs each: const data = { “foo”: { “3/16/21”: ‘buzz’, “3/17/21”: ‘…

JavaScript – Converting text variable to Date

Im working on a React project where im sending HTTP POST request to my API. Inside the API, my entity has a field which is type of DateTime (.NET). In my React app though my date variable is a text. …

Iterate over cells in a CSV file in Node.js

I have a CSV file: “myCSV.csv” with two columns: “first” and “second”. All the data inside is just numbers. So the file looks like this: first, second 138901801, …

Node.js JsonParser custom function “cannot read property of undefined”

I am trying to make a JSON function that will be able to return parsed data from JSON files for multiple other functions without needing to rewrite the same code over and over. Here is the function I …

How to stringify js object, so that multiple double quotes are possible when sending it over Socket.io

Well, i guess the main problem is defined in the title, but some special info is: Im trying to emit events to a socket.io api. For the eventtype part this is working fine, but when using JSON….

Javascript use RegEXP to remove characters between (but not including) special characters

I have a string as follows: I’m trying to get rid of the characters between the backslashes. Wanted result: I know how to remove everything except characters between two special characters WITHOUT removing the special characters. Every answer on stack includes removing them too 🙁 Answer Put the backslashes in the replacement string. Note that you need to double them to get literal backslashes because backslash is an escape prefix in string literals. This result doesn’t match the result in your example, but that’s because it doesn’t match your description of what you want to do. I implemented the description.

Disable duplicate declaration validation in Acorn

I’m using Acorn to parse some syntactically valid JavaScript code into an ESTree for further processing. It appears that Acorn does some semantic checks too – in particular it throws an error for duplicate declarations. For example, parsing the following code throws an error of Identifier ‘f’ has already been declared: I do not want such semantic errors to be checked – I’m doing custom processing on the resultant ESTree, so the semantic validity of the source code does not matter to me. I’ve looked though the Acorn options for the parse(input, options) function, but I could not find anything

Google script – parse HTML from Website Forum – and Write Data to Sheet

I’m getting HTML from a forum url, and parsing the post count of the user from their profile page. I don’t know how to write the parsed number into the Google spreadsheet. It should go account by …

Parse and add url from clipboard

I need a javascript bookmark to take the url I have in the clipboard parse out the 2 numbers and create a new url, and add a link to the top of the page, that when clicked adds the url to my bookmark …