Skip to content

Instantly share code, notes, and snippets.

1. What is the difference between functionOne() and functionTwo() and what will be the output?

var functionOne = function() { 
  return “Hi!  Hello I am functionOne”;
function functionTwo() {
  return “Hi!  Hello I am functionTwo”;
Code.load_file("Spiralizer.exs", __DIR__)
ExUnit.configure exclude: :pending, trace: true
defmodule SpiralizerTest do
use ExUnit.Case
test "empty list" do
data = []
# A B C D
# E F G H
# I J K L
# M N O P
# a b c d h l p o n m i e f g k j"
# top, right, bottom, left
defmodule Spiralizer do
defp top(acc, []) do
agnellvj / a.rb
Created May 20, 2014 19:04 — forked from ahoward/a.rb
# fork it
# make it print all true with only ONE LINE OF CODE
class A
@foo ||= (
if self == A
-- Mountain Lion (10.8) fixed this oversight. The DigitalColor Meter now remembers it's settings on exit.
-- DigitalColor Meter defaults to displaying color values in decimal and will not remember hexidecimal preferences on close. So this script launches the app and tells it to display values in hex. It is meant to be launched via QuickSilver or a launcher.
-- Checks to see if System Preferences > Universal Access > Enable access for assistive devices is checked
-- This option is required for "System Events" to use the keystroke and key code commands.
-- If it is not checked, your password is required to make the change
tell application "System Events" to if not UI elements enabled then
set UI elements enabled to true
agnellvj / gist:2663505
Created May 12, 2012 01:08 — forked from avalanche123/gist:981817
GitHub Emoji
@Test public void testSimpleScroll3() throws Exception {
try {
} catch (Exception e) {
// ignore
client.admin().indices().prepareCreate("test1").setSettings(ImmutableSettings.settingsBuilder().put("index.number_of_shards", 2))
agnellvj /
Created January 28, 2012 00:18 — forked from ddemaree/
How Sunspot implements its wonderful search/index DSL

This code is extracted/adapted from Mat Brown's Sunspot gem. One of Sunspot's nicest features is an expressive DSL for defining search indexes and performing queries. It works by instance_eval-ing a block you pass into it in the context of its own search builder object. In this code, the pig thing1 statement is roughly equivalent to zoo =; zoo.pig(thing1).

Sunspot's DSL has to resort to trickery: the instance_eval_with_context method uses eval to get the block to give up the object it considers to be self, then sets up an elaborate system of delegates and method_missing calls so any methods not handled by the DSL are forwarded to the surrounding object. But as a result, this syntax is minimal and beautiful, and it works the way you expect whether or not you prefer blocks to yield an object.

Without this trick the block would be restricted to either the original, "calling" context (as a closure) or the DSL's "receiving" context (using instance_eval), but not both.

Using `ins