View jvm-home.md
jvm-home() {
    JAVACMD=$(which echo) "$1" | tr -s '[:space:]' '\n' | grep -F "$1.home=" | cut -d= -f2
}
$ jvm-home groovy
/usr/share/groovy
View surprise.md

I've even seen implementations that compare objects using JSON.stringify.

I would expect a memoizer and most hash code/table implementations to treat { foo: "bar", baz: "quux" } and { baz: "quux", foo: "bar" } as equivalent, but many implementations use JSON.stringify, which doesn't guarantee this:

$ node
> JSON.stringify({ foo: "bar", baz: "quux" })
'{"foo":"bar","baz":"quux"}'
> JSON.stringify({ baz: "quux", foo: "bar" })
'{"baz":"quux","foo":"bar"}'
View elvis.sjs
// Groovy's Elvis operator
//
// lhs ?: rhs
//
// is equivalent to:
//
// lhs == null ? rhs : lhs
//
// or:
//
View gft.vim
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