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JoshCheek / tetris
Last active May 25, 2020
CLI tetris
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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
require 'io/console'
class Grid
def self.from_str(str, color:)
rows = str.lines.map do |line|
line.chomp.chars.map do |c|
color if c != " ".freeze
end
end
View garden1.rb
class Garden
ABBREVIATIONS = {
'R' => :radishes,
'C' => :clover,
'G' => :grass,
'V' => :violets,
}
ABBREVIATIONS.default_proc = lambda do |abbreviations, abbreviation|
raise KeyError,
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JoshCheek / 06-recursive-functions.hs
Created Oct 21, 2012
Programming in Haskell, ch6 solutions
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-- 1: Define the exponentiation operator ↑ for non-negative integers
-- using the same pattern of recursion as the multiplication operator ∗,
-- and show how 2 ↑ 3 is evaluated using your definition.
power base 0 = 1
power base exponent = base * power base (exponent-1)
-- 3: Without looking at the definitions from the standard prelude in Appendix B,
-- define the following library functions using recursion:
-- • Decide if all logical values in a list are True:
myAnd :: [Bool] -> Bool
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JoshCheek / json_parse.rb
Created Apr 22, 2020
Not sure why, but I suddenly felt compelled to make a JSON parser 🤷‍♂️
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def json_parse(json)
success, index, _ws = json_parse_optional_whitespace(0, json)
success, index, value = json_parse_value(index, json)
raise "Could not parse" unless success
value
end
def json_parse_value(index, json)
%I[
json_parse_null
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JoshCheek / touch.c
Created Sep 18, 2011
source code for Gnu's touch command
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/* touch -- change modification and access times of files
Copyright (C) 1987, 1989-1991, 1995-2005, 2007-2011 Free Software
Foundation, Inc.
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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JoshCheek / uninstall_snap_camera_mac_osx.sh
Last active Mar 20, 2020
How to uninstall Snap Camera on Mac OS X
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# these are reconstructed from a shell session without runnig them, so make
# sure you check that it's a sane thing to do before running it, I make no
# guarantees of fitness, and accept no liability. Run at your own risk.
sudo launchctl remove com.snap.SnapCameraRemover
rm -r ~/Library/Caches/Snap/
rm -r ~/Library/Caches/com.snap.SnapCamera/
rm -r ~/Library/Preferences/Snap/
rm ~/Library/Preferences/com.snap.SnapCamera.plist
rm ~/Library/Preferences/com.snap.Snap\ Camera.plist
sudo rm -rf /Applications/Snap\ Camera.app/
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JoshCheek / Rakefile
Created May 9, 2012
Challenge to create your own struct
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require 'rspec/core/rake_task'
RSpec::Core::RakeTask.new :rspec do |t|
t.rspec_opts = ['--fail-fast', '--format', 'documentation']
end
task default: :rspec
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JoshCheek / refining_enumerable_reduce.rb
Last active Feb 27, 2020
Using refinements to monkey patch a reversed `reduce` in Ruby
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module Consistency
original = Enumerable.instance_method :reduce
refine Enumerable do
# I didn't actually check it against the real impl or docs or anything, but its something like this
alias_method :inject, define_method(:reduce) { |*args, &block|
block = args.pop if args.size == 2
Enumerator.new do |y|
original.bind(self).call(*args) { |l, r| y.yield r, l }
end.each &block
}
View rot_13.rb
def rot13(ascii_char)
ascii_offset = 65
alphabet_size = 26
full_index = ascii_char.ord - ascii_offset
cap_bit = full_index & 0b100000
half_index = full_index & 0b011111
rotated = (half_index + alphabet_size/2) % alphabet_size
(rotated + cap_bit + ascii_offset).chr
end
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JoshCheek / why_i_chose_fish_over_bash_for_students.md
Last active Dec 28, 2019
Why I Chose Fish Over Bash For Students
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Why I chose Fish over Bash for students

I'm currently the lead instructor at Code Platoon and an instructor/developer at the Turing School of Software and Design.

I've been advocating the Fish shell and when the choice is up to me, I choose that for my students. Enough people ask about the decision, particularly in relation to the preinstalled Bash shell, that I figured it's worth laying out my reasoning.

TL;DR

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