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airportyh / diff.patch
Created Dec 15, 2020
I modified the Python interpreter (ceval.c) to look the state of the stack before each bytecode instruction.
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diff --git a/Python/ceval.c b/Python/ceval.c
index 9de925780e..99ca5d6265 100644
--- a/Python/ceval.c
+++ b/Python/ceval.c
@@ -144,6 +144,50 @@ is_tstate_valid(PyThreadState *tstate)
+void printObject(PyObject *obj) {
+ PyObject *type = PyObject_Type(obj);
def f():
n = 0
while n < 10:
n = n + 1
airportyh / example.ts
Last active Jun 4, 2020
TypeScript-based store implementation with type inference that works with StrictNullChecks turned on.
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import { Store } from "./store";
interface IUser {
username: string;
interface IProduct {
name: string;
description?: string;
price: number;
airportyh / test-bug.js
Last active Feb 17, 2020
Test case for suspected reduce bug.
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// Runtime functions
const $history = [];
let $historyCursor = -1;
let $stack = [];
let $nextHeapId = 1;
let $heap = {};
let $body = $nativeDomToVDom(document.body);
let $heapOfLastDomSync = $heap;
function $pushFrame(funName, variables) {
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; This program asks the user for their age, and then
; calculates the year that they were born in and prints it out to the user.
; these are string constants
ask_number db 'How old are you? '
answer db 'So you were born in '
; this buffer is used to store the user's input, which are expected to be all digits
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section .data
question: db "Are you sure? (y/n)", 10
affirmative: db "Okay, fine.", 10
negative: db "Nevermind, then.", 10
section .bss
input: resb 255
section .text
global _start
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import { Subject, BehaviorSubject, Observable } from "rxjs";
const subject: Observable<string> = new BehaviorSubject("Hello");
subject.subscribe((value) => {
console.log("1st sub: received value", value);
});"How are you doing?");"Goodbye");
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"curly": true,
"eqeqeq": true,
"latedef": true,
"unused": true,
"undef": true,
"proto": true,
"debug": true,
"esversion": 6,

Firebase 1 Exercises

Correction: during our lesson, we saw that the UPDATE verb did not work. This is because UPDATE is not a valid verb in the HTTP protocol: it should have been PUT. Replacing UPDATE with PUT fixed the problem. Which also means my slide was wrong.

You will create a user interface for someone to create and manage a number of Doctor Who TV episodes. The information will be persisted in a Firebase database.

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* jQuery JavaScript Library v3.1.1
* Includes Sizzle.js
* Copyright jQuery Foundation and other contributors
* Released under the MIT license