10 examples of 'which function is used to parse a string to int?' in JavaScript

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58function int(str) {
59 if (!str) {
60 return 0;
61 }
62 return parseInt(str, 10);
63}
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8function int(str) {
9 return parseInt(str, 10);
10}
70function int(s) {
71 return parseInt(s);
72}
480function stringToInteger(string) {
481 var total = 0;
482 for(var i = 0; i !== string.length; i++){
483 if(total >= Number.MAX_SAFE_INTEGER){
484 break;
485 }
486 total += string.charCodeAt(i);
487 }
488 return total;
489}
4function int(str) {
5 return parseInt(str, 10);
6}
1458function parseInteger(str) {
1459 var x = parseInt(str, 10);
1460 return {
1461 value: x,
1462 msg: isNaN(x) ? ("Integer expected: " + str) : null,
1463 };
1464}
8function notParseableAsInt(str) {
9 return parseInt(str).toString() !== str;
10}
1function int (value) {
2 return parseInt(value, 10)
3}
112function int(val) {
113 return parseInt(val, 10);
114}
44export function parse_int(inputString: string, radix: number) {
45 const parsed = parseInt(inputString, radix)
46 if (inputString && radix && parsed) {
47 // the two arguments are provided, and parsed is not NaN
48 return parsed
49 } else {
50 throw new Error('parseInt expects two arguments a string s, and a positive integer i')
51 }
52}

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