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Justintime50 / postal-codes.json
Created Jun 27, 2021 — forked from jamesbar2/postal-codes.json
Global postal codes regex formats
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[{
"Note": "The first two digits (ranging from 10–43) correspond to the province, while the last two digits correspond either to the city/delivery zone (range 01–50) or to the district/delivery zone (range 51–99). Afghanistan Postal code lookup",
"Country": "Afghanistan",
"ISO": "AF",
"Format": "NNNN",
"Regex": "^\\d{4}$"
}, {
"Note": "With Finland, first two numbers are 22.",
"Country": "Åland Islands",
"ISO": "AX",
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Justintime50 / es5-es6-js-imports.txt
Created Jun 21, 2021
Examples of ES6 to ES5 Javascript Imports
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import moment from "moment";
=> const moment = require("moment");
import React from "react";
=> const React = require("react");
import text from "../../helpers/text";
=> const text = require("../../helpers/text");
import Button from "../../elements/buttons/Button";
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Justintime50 / install-xdebug-macos.md
Created May 23, 2021
Learn how to install PHP's Xdebug on macOS.
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Install Xdebug on macOS

Installing Xdebug on macOS has changed a lot through the years. The most recent workflow to accomplish this is as follows:

# Install PHP
brew install php
# brew install php@7.4

# Install GNU `sed` and `grep`, installer will fail without them
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Justintime50 / find-php-ini.md
Created May 23, 2021
Find your php.ini File
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Find your php.ini File

I always forget where my php.ini file is and which one is configured. Use the following command to find it:

php -i | grep php.ini

# Output
Configuration File (php.ini) Path => /usr/local/etc/php/7.4
Loaded Configuration File => /usr/local/etc/php/7.4/php.ini
View import-sql-docker.md

Import SQL into a Docker Container

Need to import SQL into a Docker container? Use this simple command:

docker exec -i CONTAINER_NAME mysql -uUSERNAME -pPASSWORD DATABASE_NAME < MY_FILE.SQL
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Justintime50 / remote-git-repo-default-branch-name.md
Created Apr 13, 2021
Grab the remote repo's default branch name
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Grab a Remote Repo's Default Branch Name

git remote show REMOTE_REPO_NAME | grep 'HEAD branch' | cut -d' ' -f5
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Justintime50 / limit-concurrent-threads-python.py
Created Apr 10, 2021
An example of how to limit concurrent threads in Python
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import time
from threading import BoundedSemaphore, Thread
def main():
max_num_threads = 100
thread_limiter = BoundedSemaphore(max_num_threads)
# OS's have limits on the number of threads that can be opened at once,
# be aware of that with this number (eg: don't try something like 10,000+)
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Justintime50 / pdb-python.md
Created Apr 7, 2021
Print debugging in Python
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Print Debugging in Python

If ever you need to debug in Python, add the following where you'd like to start debugging.

import pdb; pdb.set_trace()
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Justintime50 / git-branch-checker.sh
Created Apr 6, 2021
# Prints the local branches of your git repos to console. Perfect for helping clean up
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#!/bin/bash
# Prints the local branches of your git repos to console. Perfect for helping clean up
# USAGE: git-branch-checker.sh "$HOME/git"
main() {
echo "Getting branches of each project"
check_git_branches "$1"
}
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Justintime50 / emotify.js
Created Mar 8, 2021
Make emoticons from letters, great for Slack messages
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// Make emoticons from your letters for Slack
let words = "Alright fine, I did the needful and joined you.";
words = words.replace(/[.,/#!$%^&*;:{}=\-_`'~()]/g, "")
function emotify() {
let w = words.split("");
for (let i = 0; i < w.length; i++) {
if (w[i] !== " ") {
w[i] = ":cs-" + w[i] + ":"