2021.10.21 11:03 ra3ra31010 JS is reading HTML line breaks as one string
I have an html table that displays keywords. I’m trying to enable the keywords to be clicked on, and for that to automatically change the drop down selection.
The JS is reading the
as part of a single string, so the row with multiple keywords is not working.
How can I bypass this?
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2021.10.21 11:03 chairbornebg Премиерът на Люксембург: Лишаването на Полша от европейски средства е последното решение на спора между Варшава и Брюксел
2021.10.21 11:03 Dry_Breadfruit9236 Femboys.......
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2021.10.21 11:03 27vijaycrypto Risk Aversion? EPNS Protocol can help you!😃 To celebrate $PUSH being listed on @kucoincom, @epnsproject is launching a campaign with total Reward pool of $50,000 in $PUSH!🤑 Date: ✅ Start:21st Oct @ 10AM UTC ❎ End:28th Oct @ 10AM UTC Full details 👇 https://t.co/4s0LoDohKK
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2021.10.21 11:03 BritishMan5 Can we please just get a talent show where there are no singers/dancers
Like we've got The Voice, (had?) The X-factor, Strictly Come Dancing, Dancing on Ice, etc. where the contestants either have to sing, dance or do a bit of both.
Around 7/8 of the winners from BGT are singers and/or dancers. There are only 14 winners and at least half of that is singers/dancers. Like where are the funny people at, where's the ventriloquist, magicians, fucking sword acts?
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2021.10.21 11:03 Charlietechinfo_27 This City's Gonna break my heart
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2021.10.21 11:03 chrispcool38 Future of Democracy
As you may understand from the style, I am not a native speaker of English and hence am concerned of not just the grammatical correctness, but the perceived ease of consumption too. [564 words]
Democracy has undergone many changes since its inception. Even though it is gradually evolving in various parts of the world even today, it would be a small minority who would believe that present-day reality won't change significantly in the future. Technology, economic systems, educational approaches and many other facets of our lives are changing faster than democracy, and this needs to change. Democracy is such an integral part of our life, and it has essentially been relatively static.
An evolutionary change is not one in which we use electronic voting machines instead of paper ballots. To demonstrate the scale and the kind of change required, let me use banking as an example. Even as late as the early 2000s, banks were quickly adopting technology, and the first changes brought about were to print documents instead of manually writing them up. These included printing banks internal accounting documents and even cheques. At that point, it was considered sufficient and the best use of computing. However, thinking back today about the evolutionary changes like ATMs, Mobile Banking, Instant money transfer and payments and such in the banking sector, this would be a very rudimentary change and not even close to what is possible.
If you compare the changes happening in democracy, it would be difficult to understand that most of the changes in the Democratic world are yet to happen. Around the turn of this century, if you walked into a bank and asked the staff about conducting transactions on your computer with an internet connection at home and how it would be more convenient to complete transactions from your house, the bank staff might have called you a lunatic. Consider today's modern banks, spreading their wings faster than a wildfire, such as Monzo, which operates without a single branch. These banks have not only changed the way we bank, but they have also threatened the existence of traditional banks with their innovative business models.
Though this technological change has helped humanity greatly, it would not be hard to imagine the resistance from bank employees and even traditional banks when these changes came into force. Those who did not adopt the technology would either lose their jobs or their entire business. Given this fact, it would not be hard for an intelligent reader to realise that the existing political players will resist these changes. These players will fight these changes until they can do so. However, just as humanity moved from Anarchy to Monarchy to today's forms of government, we will move to newer forms of democracy, driven a lot more by technology.
The world over democracies are suffering from a lack of choice, participation, and a lack of selfless and non-corrupt leaders is a significant reason for us to start considering alternative ways of governing ourselves. While corruption is a pertinent issue in some geographies, lack of choices is a problem in another. Dictatorial leaders fiddling with constitutions whenever inconvenient to them is another significant challenge for democracy in many countries.
No one can ever give us a crystal ball to see how these changes would affect us and how and when they would become part of our lives. However, with limited technology exposure and observing various democracies worldwide, I have tried to extrapolate the various great features of democracies working with emerging technologies to provide a fictional glimpse of how these changes may look.
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2021.10.21 11:03 chairbornebg МВнР на Русия: Столтенберг има значителна роля в процеса на разрива на отношенията ни с НАТО
2021.10.21 11:03 MeleeDelight Dumb question but if I’m switching to political science next semester as a first year do I need chem to graduate?
2021.10.21 11:03 Old_Cut_5171 what are the best ways to learn to express everything that comes to your mind in a more criative or even philosophical way?
2021.10.21 11:03 Troublemaker_08 Our broke bamboo stick taped his Gucci Necklace back together!
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2021.10.21 11:03 Ben_Gilham Would anyone be able to help me identify this typeface? From Oliver Goldsmith's The Vicar of Wakefield. Printer is 'London and Glasgow Collins Clear-Type Press'. No printing date could be found, besides the seller supposing that it was printed in the 1930s. Any help is appreciated.
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2021.10.21 11:03 Repulsive-Contest449 Students who are stuck outside of China, how are you coping with China's VISA policy ?
As a fellow student who is affected by their VISA policy directly, I've been feeling depressed and dejected since over 18 months. I have doubts concerning my graduation and internship. I get by my days just fine but it makes me think how other students are coping with these restrictions in place ?
So I wanted to check in with everyone. How are you guys holding up ? What keeps you motivated ? If anyone wants to vent out or share their experience, please have a go at it.
Wanted to create a thread where students can share their thoughts about this whole fiasco.
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2021.10.21 11:03 RadiantWarriorOfUrka ah yes, the 1980s avengers featuring wonderwoman
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2021.10.21 11:03 Upset_Glove_4278 Murica'
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2021.10.21 11:03 rokkprojekk SLPT: If you're thinking of doing something, don't.
2021.10.21 11:03 Key-Enthusiasm162 Wow so lent out shares went up from 29%
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2021.10.21 11:03 Ok-Structure-1088 Stylised characters
Hey all so I was wondering if anyone knows any good Blender books on modeling/sulpting stylised characters? I'm a 2D artist/animator who's been working in blender since June, I'm very confident animating in blender but I really want to be able to make my own characters, any suggestions on what books to read or good tutorials would be really helpful thank you :3
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2021.10.21 11:03 chairbornebg ТАСС: Меркел призова да се избегне „каскадата от спорове“ вотносно върховенството на закона
2021.10.21 11:03 Pipe_Momext Don’t u wanna talk a little be? 🙈⛓
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2021.10.21 11:03 paco0248 Ebay interview - Heads Up
Hi guys, I have a tecehnical interview with Ebay, half knowledge and half code challenge, does anybody have a heads up for me on what might be in the interview, i uderstand it really varies from team to team.
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2021.10.21 11:03 ahtaylor13 TIL that Henry Smolinski and his company Advance Vehicle Engineers created a flying car called the AVE Mizar in 1973. On September 11th of that year, Smolinski and his counterpart Harold Blake crashed the vehicle on a test flight taking both of their lives. The project ended soon after their deaths.
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2021.10.21 11:03 ArcherTheBoi Where can I find laptop bags?
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