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– Catalog management in a single interface
– Drag and drop files
– Drag and drop folders
– Create and manage archives
– Rename, delete, copy, move, move to, move up, move down
– Sort by name or date/time
– Create symbolic links
– Send/receive files via email
– Calculate MD5/SHA-1/SHA-256/MD2 checksums
– Sort files by extension
– Browse online catalogs: Yahoo, Google, Wikipedia, MediaFire, Dropbox, SFTP, FTP
– Create custom lists of locations
– Create folders on your computer or the cloud
– Create file/folder/archive/compressed/zip lists
– Browse the file system of a server
– View file properties (such as file size, modification date, type and more)
– View file contents
– View file creation/modification/access times
– Access the console version of muCommander Crack Mac directly from Windows
– Remote server management: perform system actions from your favorite RDP client or use a terminal emulator like PuTTY, Tera Term, UltraEdit
– Import/export Windows Registry keys
– Export Windows Registry keys
– Import/export Windows keys
– Exchange filenames with other applications: Windows, OpenOffice, Thunderbird, Outlook, Firefox, IE, Google Chrome, etc.
– Export ZIP archives
– Export and import file lists from database
– Read and write in DOS/Windows archives
– Read/write in ISO/LZH/CAB/MCD/JAR/RAR archives
– Copy a file to another location without affecting the original file’s properties
– Batch rename files
– View location information
– View network information: IP addresses, DNS servers, NetBIOS name, MAC addresses
– View and update System Information
– View information about the CPU, memory and hard disk
– View information about the partition
– Formatting: date/time, numerical, Boolean, date/time, numerical, numerical (any precision)
– Searching files by content, extension, name, owner, type, size, SHA1, MD5, CID, POS
– Annotate file or folder contents
– View/copy/create/print/delete/etc. text files
– List files that are already open
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MuCommander 9.9.16 Activation

muCommander Serial Key is an open-source file manager offering advanced navigation features such as file comparison, renaming, searching and many more.
Features:
– A dual-pane interface
– Includes tabbed locations
– Bookmarks
– Built-in FTP, SFTP and other protocols
– FSDir support
– Compares files and archives
– Support for dropbox, amazon, dropzone and google cloud drive
– Search and retrieve files quickly
– Batch renaming files
– Create and manage the Quick Lists of locations
– Include toggles to enable/disable the options you don’t want
– Supports custom commands in external scripts, lua and shell languages
– Includes source code
– Free open-source software
Download:
– Windows installer: muCommander Download With Full Crack.zip
– Latest Windows version is 1.4.9, released on 12/10/2017
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Q:

JavaScript serialization of a JavascriptObject

I have a javascript object defined as:
var obj = {
‘array’ : new Array(7),
‘test’ : function () { return ‘ok’ }
};

Now I do:
var data = JSON.stringify(obj);
var json = JSON.parse(data);
alert(json);

I get as result:

{array: Array(7), test: function () { return ‘ok’; }

But I want the result to be:

{array: Array(7), test: function () { return ‘ok’ }

Is it possible?
EDIT
Based on @Nodof, this solution works:
var obj = {
‘array’ : new Array(7),
‘test’ : function () { return ‘ok’ }
};

var data = JSON.stringify(obj);
var json = JSON.parse(data);
json.array = [obj.array, obj];

But I still wonder if I can modify the data variable so that the result will be:

{array: Array(7), test: function () { return ‘ok’ }

I think this will be a more elegant solution.

A:

You can do it by modifying the JSON.stringify function.
With the code you provided:
JSON.stringify(obj, null, 4);

To do it in a more elegant way you can modify JSON.stringify function so that it checks for the array property in the object, if it
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MuCommander 9.9.16

MuCommander is a free, open source file manager and explorer for Windows. It’s based on the original software used in the Amiga and allows you to manage files from your Windows workstation with a double-pane interface.
Feature set:
– Browse files, folders and servers using a left and right pane.
– Create, modify and remove folders and files.
– Rename and move files.
– Edit properties, security and timestamp.
– View file details (file size, modification, owner, and more).
– Create, edit, and delete empty folders.
– Add or delete files, create archives, unpack archives, extract files and
– Scan the contents of a folder (e.g. virus scanner).
– Send files to email addresses or to selected FTP servers.
– Check file checksums and encryption methods.
– Perform mirroring, backup and archive operations.
– Calculate and display checksums.
– Open compressed archives with WinZip, WinRAR and others.
– Update the OS via the built-in updater.
– Browse the filesystem using a breadcrumb trail.
– Connect to remote servers via SFTP, FTP, HTTP and more.
– Open folders using SFTP, FTP, HTTP, SSH or WinSCP.
– Preview pictures (JPEG, TIFF, GIF, etc.).
– View contents of archives (zip, tar.gz, tar.bz2, 7z, rar).
– Join/leave a folder.
– Create or search ZIP or RAR archives.
– Open files and ZIP/RAR archives.
– Open files and archives on Mac OS X with Terminal.
– Backup files to a network drive or a local drive.
– Backup files to a network drive.
– Backup files to an SFTP server.
– Backup files to a Windows or Linux remote server.
– Back up files to FTP servers.
– Back up files to a MySQL database.
– Back up files to an Amazon S3 server.
– Back up files to a Rackspace cloud server.
– Back up files to Google Drive.
– Back up files to a Synology NAS.
– Back up files to a Nimbus file server.
– Back up files to a VMWare server.
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What’s New in the MuCommander?

Added multi-threaded file list view.

Fixed dragging files and folders from a remote location to a local location.

Added file change time support to the Windows 10 version.

Fixed the right-click context menu for selected files and folders in list view mode.

Fixed dragging files and folders from a remote location to a local location when files were already selected in the target location.

Fixed the exception dialog that shows in some cases when all the files in a folder are read-only.

Fixed the “open as archive” menu item in the context menu for selected files and folders in the list view mode.

Fixed the file change time saving issue when the program was started from Windows Explorer.

Fixed the auto-reconciliation with local data on a server that didn’t properly handle file change times.

Fixed the add to bookmarks when creating a bookmark that was already in the system bookmarks.

Fixed copy/move/delete shortcuts with spaces in their names.

Fixed move/copy operations when the destination is the same file.

Fixed getting/setting metadata for selected files and folders.

Fixed settings of filter options.

Fixed settings dialog when shortcut keys were changed.

Fixed drag and drop of local folders when the target is a remote folder.

Fixed changing the sort order of folders that don’t support it.

Fixed saving icons for filtered and selected locations in the target location.

Fixed drag and drop of local folders when the target was another file on the same computer.

Fixed using a mouse wheel while pressing Ctrl+F.

Fixed issue with some HTML documents and web pages.

Fixed other minor bugs.

Fixed the Windows 10 version of the program.

Made the program more compatible with Windows 10.

Made the program more portable (runs on Windows 7, 8 and 10).

Added menus for a user-friendly use of the program.

Made the program more user-friendly.

Added a new option to the “Advanced” menu.

Made the program less intrusive.

Added a splash screen.

Added a splash screen.

Fixed the missing mouse icon when you drag and drop between computers using remote folders.

Fixed rare crash that appeared on the Windows 7 version.

Fixed the file change time saving issue on computers with Windows 7 and Windows 8.

Fixed the drag and drop issue

System Requirements For MuCommander:

Minimum Specifications
Windows 10, 10 Education and Home Only (Windows 7, 8.1 and 8 Education and Home are not supported). All versions of Windows 7 and 8 will run.
64-bit Processor
Windows 7: 2.0 GHz or faster (2.4 GHz recommended)
Windows 8.1 and Windows 8: 2.0 GHz or faster (2.4 GHz recommended)
Windows 10: Intel Core i5-2400S or AMD Phenom II X4 940 or greater
2 GB RAM
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