# Briguy37

Duluth, MN

Age: 30

`2011/09/28:` Working at my 2nd software-development job full time and working on my 1st web-site and spending time with my wife an baby girl in my free time. I look forward to the day where my "full time" becomes my "free time".

 Nov 25 comment What is JavaScript's Max Int? What's the highest Integer value a Number can go to without losing precision?@MickLH: Ok, I completely misunderstood what you were trying to say. I thought your first algorithm was to show that 9007199254740991 was the correct answer. Instead, it was to show that mine was a useless waste of time. I'm glad we cleared that up... Nov 25 comment What is JavaScript's Max Int? What's the highest Integer value a Number can go to without losing precision?@MickLH: `"last number where +1 works" == "max number w/out losing precision" - 1` Nov 22 answered Make object look draggable Nov 18 comment What is JavaScript's Max Int? What's the highest Integer value a Number can go to without losing precision?@MickLH: I get 9007199254740992 with that code. What JavaScript engine are you using to test? Nov 15 awarded Yearling Nov 12 asked Are triggers bad for created/timestamp columns? Nov 8 awarded Self-Learner Nov 2 awarded Student Nov 1 answered How to weigh up to 200kg with (less than) 5 weights Oct 31 asked How to weigh up to 200kg with (less than) 5 weights Oct 30 awarded Nice Answer Oct 24 comment Are there any open mathematical puzzles?@Cruncher I think you are speaking of when both sides start or stop being perpendicular at the same time (e.g. a circular section or a hairpin path the width of the needle), which is the tough case that my first comment overlooked. In those cases, the geometry of the paths before and after the double-perpendicular section or points will allow you up to 2 options for travel without backtracking. Thus, the real question is if it is possible for both of those choices end in an impasse or not. Oct 23 answered Can CSS declarations with sub classes be applied to multiple classes using a comma? Oct 21 comment Are there any open mathematical puzzles?If every time (only) one side of the needle is perpendicular with the path, you retain the direction of travel for that side but reverse it for the other side, won't this create a continuous sequence of states that can never repeat, and thus the needle will be guaranteed to traverse through any path? Oct 11 comment jQuery check/uncheck radio button onclick@Whatevo: Thanks, I've updated my answer to include this. Oct 11 revised jQuery check/uncheck radio button onclickadded 310 characters in body Oct 7 comment Write a program to find 100 largest numbers out of an array of 1 billion numbers Sep 27 awarded Yearling Sep 27 awarded Yearling Sep 25 comment Write a program which performs brute force letter combination until the word "password" is found@C5H8NNaO4: I know it is nit-picky and I feel like a weasel, but the specs say "print every letter combination", not "print only letter combinations", so I disagree.