Optimizing Long Lists Of Yes/No Values With JavaScript – Smashing Coding

My newest @smashingmag article: How to pack long lists of boolean values in a string, in the most space-efficient way http://t.co/DiofYGKr
Very frequently in Web development (and programming in general), you need to store a long list of boolean values (yes/no, true/false, checked/unchecked… you get the idea) into something that accepts only strings.
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