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@EvieePy
EvieePy / error_handler.py
Last active Jun 27, 2022
Simple Error Handling for ext.commands - discord.py
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"""
If you are not using this inside a cog, add the event decorator e.g:
@bot.event
async def on_command_error(ctx, error)
For examples of cogs see:
https://gist.github.com/EvieePy/d78c061a4798ae81be9825468fe146be
For a list of exceptions:
https://discordpy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ext/commands/api.html#exceptions
@tobyjsullivan
tobyjsullivan / abbreviateNum.js
Created May 31, 2017
Abbreviate large numbers in Javascript
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// Iterated from: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/10599933/convert-long-number-into-abbreviated-string-in-javascript-with-a-special-shortn
function abbreviateNumber(value) {
let newValue = value;
const suffixes = ["", "K", "M", "B","T"];
let suffixNum = 0;
while (newValue >= 1000) {
newValue /= 1000;
suffixNum++;
}
@CannonballSkippy
CannonballSkippy / test.html
Created May 17, 2017
Basic markup test content for typography
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<h1>Testing display of HTML elements</h1>
<h2>This is 2nd level heading</h2>
<p>This is a test paragraph.</p>
<h3>This is 3rd level heading</h3>
<p>This is a test paragraph.</p>
<h4>This is 4th level heading</h4>
<p>This is a test paragraph.</p>
<h5>This is 5th level heading</h5>
<p>This is a test paragraph.</p>
@alexdiliberto
alexdiliberto / get_random_bytes.js
Created Feb 25, 2016
Get random bytes in Javascript (Browser/Node)
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let getRandomBytes = (
(typeof self !== 'undefined' && (self.crypto || self.msCrypto))
? function() { // Browsers
var crypto = (self.crypto || self.msCrypto), QUOTA = 65536;
return function(n) {
var a = new Uint8Array(n);
for (var i = 0; i < n; i += QUOTA) {
crypto.getRandomValues(a.subarray(i, i + Math.min(n - i, QUOTA)));
}
return a;
@msrose
msrose / combining-git-repositories.md
Last active Jun 16, 2022
How to combine two git repositories.
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Combining two git repositories

Use case: You have repository A with remote location rA, and repository B (which may or may not have remote location rB). You want to do one of two things:

  • preserve all commits of both repositories, but replace everything from A with the contents of B, and use rA as your remote location
  • actually combine the two repositories, as if they are two branches that you want to merge, using rA as the remote location

NB: Check out git subtree/git submodule and this Stack Overflow question before going through the steps below. This gist is just a record of how I solved this problem on my own one day.

Before starting, make sure your local and remote repositories are up-to-date with all changes you need. The following steps use the general idea of changing the remote origin and renaming the local master branch of one of the repos in order to combine the two master branches.

@paulkaplan
paulkaplan / gist:5770247
Last active Oct 12, 2021
Orbit Controls with momentum and damping for THREE.js
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/**
* @author qiao / https://github.com/qiao
* @author mrdoob / http://mrdoob.com
* @author alteredq / http://alteredqualia.com/
* @author WestLangley / http://github.com/WestLangley
*
* customized for momentum (zoom and phi/delta) by paulkaplan
*/
THREE.OrbitControls = function ( object, domElement ) {
@EvanHahn
EvanHahn / gist:2587465
Last active Jun 9, 2022
Caesar shift in JavaScript
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/*
JavaScript Caesar shift
by Evan Hahn (evanhahn.com)
"Encrypt" like this:
caesarShift('Attack at dawn!', 12); // Returns "Mffmow mf pmiz!"
And "decrypt" like this:
@jagregory
jagregory / gist:710671
Created Nov 22, 2010
How to move to a fork after cloning
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So you've cloned somebody's repo from github, but now you want to fork it and contribute back. Never fear!
Technically, when you fork "origin" should be your fork and "upstream" should be the project you forked; however, if you're willing to break this convention then it's easy.
* Off the top of my head *
1. Fork their repo on Github
2. In your local, add a new remote to your fork; then fetch it, and push your changes up to it
git remote add my-fork git@github...my-fork.git