I want to lazily process an input file, which contains tokens separated by whitespace.
The naive way is to let Elixir hand me lines, then split the lines:
def tokenize_lines(enum) enum |> Stream.flat_map(&String.split/1) end
|Break input data into chunks and use 'dmtxwrite' to create a DataMatrix 2D|
|barcode for each chunk. Dump all these into an HTML page for easy printing.|
|The size of the chunk depends on the target size of the barcodes; see|
|Intended for making hard (paper) copies of small but highly important data,|
|like GPG keys, that can be retrieved faster and more reliably (one hopes) than|
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This is a list of common and divergent configuration options for django-storages' boto backends:
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