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Professional developer at EastBanc Technologies. Games, games development and games industry analysis are my hobbies.


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comment JavaScript strict mode compatibility
@jfriend00 oh, indeed I missed the this === undefined. Though hard to imagine in actual usage it's certainly possible to break "nonstrict" code logic. You can probably convert your comment to answer.
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asked JavaScript strict mode compatibility
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awarded  Popular Question
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answered Settle an Argument: String vs. Array?
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comment How to figure out design pattern for this particular solution?
It's not obvious what's the problem(s) with your current design. Can you please elaborate?
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comment How can I reverse engineer a hash code?
@Pieter impressive! Can you share a little an approach that finally lead to result?
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comment How can I reverse engineer a hash code?
@Pieter I've updated my answer, hope that is what you are asking about.
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comment How can I reverse engineer a hash code?
@AakashM well yes, but it's a variation of CRC-16, and seems nobody haven't found so far that exact variation.
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answered How can I reverse engineer a hash code?
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comment How Lua handles both integer and float numbers?
@JoonasPulakka thanks, that is quite valuable addition.
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