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View SliceRegex.py
"""
This is hereby released completely and irrevocably into the Public Domain.
Because, you know, I'm awesome.
See "raw.github.com/Veedrac/Sublime-Extras/master/license%20information.txt"
for details of what this means if you're not confident about it.
"""
# TODO:
#
View Countering.py
class IterCount(object):
def __init__(self, iterable):
self._iterable = iterable
self._count = 0
def _itercount(self):
for value in self._iterable:
self._count += 1
yield value
View CS1 Supervision 1.sml
fun normalizeDate (d1::d2::nil) = (if d1 < 5 then d1 + 10 else d1) * 10 + d2
| normalizeDate _ = raise Match;
exception DateOutOfBounds
fun denormalizeDate date_number =
if
date_number < 50 orelse date_number > 149
then
raise DateOutOfBounds
else let
View CS1 Supervision 2.sml
(* 3.1 *)
(* This uses O(n) memory and time *)
fun sumBadly [] = 0
| sumBadly (x::xs) = x + sumBadly xs;
sumBadly [1, 2, 3, 4, 5];
(* val it = 15: int *)
View CS1 Supervision 3.sml
(* The permutation method I talked about from last time *)
fun allWithOneRemovedStateful [] ys = []
| allWithOneRemovedStateful (x::xs) ys =
(x, xs @ ys) :: allWithOneRemovedStateful xs (x::ys);
(* Dude, I do this painfully often. Is there any way
of avoiding this, given my dislike for pseudo-random
extra state arguments? *)
View CS1 Supervision 4.sml
(* 8.2 *)
(* I'm not really sure whether this is the right
interpretation. *)
(* Returns whether (f x, f' x) is lexicographically
less than or equal to (f y, f' y). *)
fun dualOrdering f f' (x, y) =
case Int.compare (f x) (f y) of
LESS => true
| GREATER => false
View Eight.java
// Let "int[] test" make a reference R.
// If R is passed by reference the function
// will mutate "test". If passed by value the inner
// modified reference will be changed but not the
// outer one.
public class Eight {
public static void mutate_reference(int[] foo) {
foo = null;
System.out.println(foo);
View Default.sublime-commands
[
{
"caption": "SublimeREPL: Python 3",
"command": "run_existing_window_command", "args":
{
"id": "repl_python3",
"file": "config/Python3/Main.sublime-menu"
}
},
{
View stop_naked_jenna_spam.js
This filters out "left", "right", "up", etc. as well as
* Small mistypes (aka "up]")
* "naked jenna" spam
Derived shamelessly from the other public filter scripts; I just changed the matching pattern. Paste in console (CTRL+ALT+J in Chrome). PS: Only do so to scripts you trust, as they can be malicious.
WARNING: MAY NEED YOU TO REFRESH FIRST TO REMOVE OTHER SIMILAR SCRIPTS THAT ARE RUNNING.
--------
View mouse_follows_focus.sh
# Customise this to allow things to have the mouse but not the keyboard.
# It's just regex and matches this window name.
ALLOWED='^(i3(bar\ .*)?|)$'
REPEAT=false
while true; do
eval $(xdotool getmouselocation --shell)
# Uncomment for helping data to use when editing $ALLOWED.