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  1. #1

    Help to understand function

    Hi all, I have taken a script about sliding text from net. It has usage method. but inside it there is function that has four parameters and one of them was used. I dont understand it. Can you help me to understand it? below is script.
    in this script i dont understand this line

    PHP Code:
       return this.replace(new RegExp(separator '([^'+separator+'])','g'),function(u,d,t,q){ return d.toUpperCase(); }); 
    function(u,d,t,q) i see all these parameters (u,d,t,q) ara not used except d and what is d i dont understand. i will wait your responses. thanks in advance.
    PHP Code:
    /* 

     * Usage: 
     * (new Animate(document.getElementById('item')))
       .numeric(2, { 'margin-left', -100, ease: Ease.easeInQuad } )
       .onComplete(function(el){
            alert('Element has moved ' + el.style.marginLeft + ' to the left in 2 seconds' );
       });
     */
    var Animate = function(element) {
        var 
    self this,timetimeranimationTypemsDurationparameters,
            
    onCompleteHandler = function(){}, onUpdateHandler = function(){},freq=1;


        function 
    startTimer() { time = (new Date()).getTime(); timer setInterval(loop,freq); };

        function 
    stopTimer(){ clearInterval(timer); };

        function 
    getCurrentTime() { return (new Date()).getTime() - time; };

        function 
    animate(typedurationparams) {
            
    msDuration duration 1000;
            
    parameters params;
            
    animationType = new type(elementparams.ease || Ease.linearmsDuration);
            
    delete params.ease;
            
    startTimer();
        };


        
    String.prototype.toCamelCase = function(separator) {
            
    separator separator || "-";
            return 
    this.replace(new RegExp(separator '([^'+separator+'])','g'),function(u,d,t,q){ return d.toUpperCase(); });
        };

        
    /**
        * Function to make the effect visible
        * will start being called as soon as the startTimer function is called
        * will stop when the duration time is expired or the stopTimer function is called
        */
        
    function loop() {
            if (
    getCurrentTime() <= msDuration) {
                for(var 
    rule in parameters) {
                    
    animationType.setValue(ruleparameters[rule], getCurrentTime());
                }
                
    onUpdateHandler(element);
            } else {
                
    stopTimer();
                
    onCompleteHandler(element);
            } 

        };

        
    /**
        * @param {HTMLElement} object - to be affected
        * @param {Number} duration - time in seconds
        * @param {Object} params - parameters 
        */
        
    self.numeric = function(durationparams) {
            
    animate(NumericAnimationTypedurationparams);
            return 
    self;
        };

        
    self.onComplete = function(handler) { onCompleteHandler handler; return self; }
        
    self.onUpdate   = function(handler) { onUpdateHandler handler; return self; }

        return 
    self;
    };

    /**
    * NumericAnimationType - animate objects using numeric values
    * e.g. margin-left, width, height, x, y, etc...
    */
    var NumericAnimationType = function(eleaseduration){

        var 
    self thiseleasestartValues = {};

        
    self.setValue = function(attributeendValuecurrentTime) {
            if (!
    startValues[attribute]) {
                
    startValues[attribute] = parseFloat(getComputedStyle(el).getPropertyValue(attribute));
            }

            
    el.style[attribute.toCamelCase()] = ease(currentTimestartValues[attribute], endValueduration) + 'px';
        };

        return 
    self;
    };

    /**
    * Class to generate the smoothing effect
    */
    var Ease = (function(){
        
    /**
        * t = current time
        * b = start value
        * c = end value
        * d = duration
        */
        
    return {
            
    linear : function(tbcd) {
                return 
    c*t/b;
            },
            
    easeInQuad : function(tbcd) {
                
    /= d;
                return 
    c*t*b;
            },
            
    easeOutQuad : function(tbcd) {
                
    /= d;
                return -
    t*(t-2) + b;
            },
            
    easeInOutQuad : function(tbcd) { 
                
    /= d/2;
                if (
    1) return c/2*t*b;
                
    t--;
                return -
    c/* (t*(t-2) - 1) + b;
            }
        }
    }()); 
    Last edited by azegurb; 02-12-2013 at 08:53 AM.

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    See this page about the replace method Specifying a function as a parameter.

    Broadly speaking the function will be invoked after the match has been performed with the arguments $0, $1, $2... It's useful too build a replacement return string or to define variables from catches (Search and don’t replace)...
    Last edited by 007Julien; 02-12-2013 at 09:10 AM.

  3. #3

    resolved

    Huge thanks for this!

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