So, I ran across this question. It would be a pretty good question except for one little detail: the OP doesn't want it reviewed.
... and am not looking for pure code improvements.
Also, in the comments from before it was migrated. (Here, "this site" refers to Programmers.)
@DocBrown- I'm not looking for code review. I want my algorithm to be reviewed. I posted it on this site, since it's likely that folks here can read and understand simple JS syntax used.
So, I'm of the belief that this is off topic because OP obviously isn't interested in making their code better. Nor does he want feedback about "Any and All Facets of the Code". They only want a better algorithm. To make matters worse, adding insult to injury, the only answer currently there does not address OP's concerns. Granted, it doesn't have to here. We're an odd bird of an SE like that. That's okay, but I don't think it's okay to do this to OP. It would have been better, in my opinion, to reject the migration and close it on Programmers. That wouldn't have been as insulting as knowing and saying you don't want to post on Code Review because X, and then having X happen after it was migrated here anyway.
So, am I missing something? Am I wrong here? Why was this question migrated here?
As a secondary kind of thing, I would like to remind people to at least acknowledge OPs concerns, even if you don't address them. It's only polite.
Hey, I know you asked about X, but I truthfully don't know. I did notice Y over here though.
We have a reputation for being nice. Let's keep it that way. Acknowledging OP's concerns goes a long way to taking the sting out of the disappointment of not getting the answer you're looking for.