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zare angular momentum online pdf download zare angular momentum pdf downloadQ: Using a string to determine array index in javascript In JavaScript, I have an array of strings var wordlist = ["hello", "hi", "howdy", "greetings"]; and I have a string of text var userInput = "welcome to StackOverflow"; I need a function that takes the wordlist, and given the userInput, returns the index in the wordlist for the string, like so: var indexForUserInput = indexForUserInput(wordlist, userInput); // returns 2 I know this isn't possible, because you can't use a string to determine an index. But I'm having trouble figuring out how to do this without converting the string to an array (which isn't possible) or having a separate array for strings. Is there a way to do this without making wordlist an array? A: You can use Array#indexOf and String#includes for this: var wordlist = ["hello", "hi", "howdy", "greetings"]; var userInput = "welcome to StackOverflow"; function indexForUserInput(wordlist, userInput){ return wordlist.indexOf(userInput); } console.log(indexForUserInput(wordlist, userInput)); Thursday, June 19, 2014 The White House, a War Zone My source noted: "This is a war zone, but it was as if that were not so. On the cusp of victory, this White House is as crazed as it was on the cusp of defeat, on the brink of becoming so politically anemic and craven that it would be cowed into surrender, willingly or otherwise." In a war zone, one sides wins or loses. The war for the media has just begun. That is the difference between the two. The media war has just begun.# # FreeType 2 configuration rules for Win32 + gcc # # Copyright 1996-2016 by # David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg. # # This file is part of the FreeType project, and may only be used, modified, # and distributed under




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