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Some really odd stuff there... worth scanning through. I chuckled more than once...
"b" + "a" + +"a" + "a"; // -> 'baNaNa' NaN === NaN; // -> false (! + )[+] + (! + )[+!+] + ([!] + [])[+!+ + [+]] + (! + )[!+ + !+]; // -> 'fail' typeof NaN; // -> 'number' (It ain't new, so sorry if this has been posted previously here)
I've setup a date field with a date picker. I set it with a range of "-10:+10" for the years, but for some obscure reason (to me), instead of showing years from 2009 to 2029, it shows the coming 20 years (2019 - 2039).
Am I missing a preference somewhere?
I'm looking for a calendar solution. It should be like this: http://www.graalmueritz.net/plan-aurum.php
The important part is, that the calendar should show 4 different stages:
and the actual date.
This is for a german website. The client wants to manage the calendar be themself.
I need detailed offers/estimations in €.
thank you, Nikolai
By Eunico Cornelius
I am trying to get the strftime format from the function convertDateFormat(). However, the output has $ signs in it which i cannot use in strftime.(example of conversion : $d/$m/%Y what strftime actually uses: %d/%m/%Y). Am I in the wrong here or is there some way to format strftime? Thank you in advance :).