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Calculation based on variable containing multiple possible substrings

I have 2 variables (source and platform) that has results such as: “Source”: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/100.0.4896.127 Safari/537.36 Edg/100.0.1185.44 etc. “Platform”: Win32 etc. I want to create 2 new variables (device and system), “extracted” from the above ones. I found some code, but I don’t know how to implement it in spss syntax

When I enter the terminal command “$ node fileName.js” the concole throws out a “SyntaxError: Unexpected token ‘<'" error

My Env.: React v17.0.2 node v16.6.1 npm v7.20.3 VS Code Windows 10 The Problem: I am currently working on a cooking recipe app for a friend’s website. My issue is that whenever I enter “node fileName.js” into my terminal to run and check the console.log’s and other outputs for my code, the terminal always trows out the following error: Error

JavaScript property access: dot notation vs. brackets?

Other than the obvious fact that the first form could use a variable and not just a string literal, is there any reason to use one over the other, and if so under which cases? In code: Context: I’ve written a code generator which produces these expressions and I’m wondering which is preferable. Answer (Sourced from here.) Square bracket notation

What is the preferred syntax for defining enums in JavaScript?

What is the preferred syntax for defining enums in JavaScript? Something like: Or is there a more preferable idiom? AdvertisementAnswer Since 1.8.5 it’s possible to seal and freeze the object, so define the above as: or and voila! JS enums. However, this doesn’t prevent you from assigning an undesired value to a variable, which is […]