jQuery basic arithmetic plugin
I found myself with a number in my variable, wanting to add it to another number. Searching the web, I came across a screenshot of a stackoverflow thread pointing to the obvious answer: I needed a jQuery plugin.
Unfortunately, it seems like nobody wrote a decent plugin for such a common occurrence yet, so I decided to take the matters into my own hands: here’s jQuery.basic_arithmetics.
jQuery.basic_arithmetics exposes the following methods:
$.add(arg1, arg2 [, args...])adds two or more numbers;
$.subtract(arg1, arg2 [, args...])subtracts two or more numbers, the leftmost being the first operand;
$.multiply(arg1, arg2 [, args...])multiplies two or more numbers;
$.divide(arg1, arg2 [, args...])divides two or more numbers, the leftmost being the first operand;
$.equals(arg1, arg2 [, args...])checks two or more numbers for equality.
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