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accepted Content-Security-Policy object-src blob
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comment Does drinking fluoridated water prevent cavities?
Just another study: newsweek.com/…
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awarded Nice Question
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awarded Necromancer
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answered Function checking for "deep equality" of nested objects
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awarded Nice Answer
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accepted Javascript ES6 computational/time complexity of collections
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comment Javascript ES6 computational/time complexity of collections
Thanks for picking that out. My eyes must've glazed over by the time I got to that paragraph. :) So algorithms that are either O(log(n)) or O(1), but not otherwise mandated (provided they are under O(n))?
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comment Javascript ES6 computational/time complexity of collections
@arturgrzesiak The O(1) performance of the keyed collections is generally achieved with an O(1) hash plus a O(n) collision bucket. The O(n) worst-case is for most practical purposes astronomically rare. The space complexity of these techniques is generally O(n).
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asked Javascript ES6 computational/time complexity of collections
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awarded Good Question
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answered How to get the dirty factors of an NDB Model in pre_put_hook
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awarded Revival
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comment Chrome 18+: How to allow inline scripting with a Content Security Policy?
@Xan: The question as it currently reads and appears in search results is not limited to extensions. Perhaps this may be useful information for others who come across this topic.
Jun
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revised Chrome 18+: How to allow inline scripting with a Content Security Policy?
add nonce
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comment Chrome 18+: How to allow inline scripting with a Content Security Policy?
@Xan You will have to experiment to be sure; the docs may be outdated as they appear to refer only to CSP Level 1. In any case, if there ever will be a way to circumvent the prohibition on inline scripts, it will almost certainly be with either a hash or nonce from CSP Level 2.
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answered Chrome 18+: How to allow inline scripting with a Content Security Policy?
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