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Madrigal / next_quincena.js
Created Oct 1, 2015
A snippet to know when is the next pay day
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// Snippet to know when is the next pay day (quincena)
// The rules are:
// -Pay day is on the 15th and the last day of the month
// -- If that day is not a weekday (Mon-Fri) pay day falls on the previous Friday
// Of course, without additional effort this won't take into consideration holidays
// January is 0 and so on
var daysInMonth = [31,28,31,30,31,30,31,31,30,31,30,31];
function isLeapYear(year) {
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// The only small improvement from challange #3 was
// manipulating the elevator light
{
init: function(elevators, floors) {
elevators.forEach(function(elevator){
elevator.on("floor_button_pressed", function(floorNum) {
elevator.goToFloor(floorNum);
});
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Madrigal / kindle.sh
Created Jan 14, 2014
Send files to your Amazon Kindle via the Command Line Interface.
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# Command line utility to send attachments to your kindle
# It supports sending a PDF in both regular form and with the convert option
# and sending to the regular (@kindle.com) or free Kindle mail (@free.kindle.com)
# The only argument it has is the name of the file to send. It will detect if
# it is a pdf and treat it accordingly.
## Preferences
# If true, send one version with pdf as-is, another with 'convert' subject
# else, just send the pdf version
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Madrigal / gran_7
Created Nov 16, 2013
Script to solve the problem described in http://orsaibonsai.com/blog/post/gran_7 XX/XXX + XX/XX = 7 With numbers from 1 to 9, fill all the slots without repeating numbers to sum 7
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#! /usr/bin/env python
# // XX/YYY + XX/YY = 7
import random
numbers = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9]
res = 0
target = 7
def pop_random (num):
res = []
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Madrigal / print_matrix.c
Last active Dec 21, 2015
[WTF] Unexpected behavior in C, prints full matrix, no warnings
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/*
WTF behavior in C. At least not what I expected.
Prints full matrix with just one call to the index
*/
#include "stdio.h"
#include "stdlib.h"
void print_square_matrix(int* matrix, int size);
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