On Jan 29, 3:41 am, "artemy tregoubenko" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Well, I'm using this one:
> Object.extend(String.prototype, {
>         parseInt: parseInt.methodize(),
>         parseFloat: parseFloat.methodize(),
> });

Clever. :-)

In ECMAScript 4, parseInt and parseFloat are becoming static methods
on Number, not on String (i.e., Number.parseInt("3")). I could more
easily see adding String#toNumber, but it's not a must-have for me.
What do others think?

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