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jslegers / parsequery.js
Last active Apr 10, 2018
How to parse a query string
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function parseQuery(str) {
var qso = {};
var qs = (str || document.location.search);
// Check for an empty querystring
if (qs == "") {
return qso;
}
// Normalize the querystring
qs = qs.replace(/(^\?)/, '').replace(/;/g, '&');
while (qs.indexOf("&&") != -1) {
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jslegers / dynamics.odata.services.php
Last active Mar 9, 2016
A pretty basic but effective class that can be used to do CRUD operations on Microsoft Dynamics NAV's Odata service for the customer entity
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<?php
// A pretty basic but effective class that can be used for doing CRUD operations on Microsoft Dynamics NAV's Odata services
error_reporting(E_ALL);
ini_set("display_errors", 1);
class http_request {
protected $_handle = NULL;
View helper.string.js
var helper = {};
helper.string = {
contains : function (haystack, needle) {
return !!~haystack.indexOf(needle);
},
...
};
View contains.php
function contains($haystack, $needle, $caseSensitive = false) {
return $caseSensitive?
(strpos($haystack, $needle) === FALSE ? FALSE : TRUE):
(stripos($haystack, $needle) === FALSE ? FALSE : TRUE);
}
var_dump(contains('bare','are')); // Outputs : bool(true)
var_dump(contains('stare', 'are')); // Outputs : bool(true)
var_dump(contains('stare', 'Are')); // Outputs : bool(true)
var_dump(contains('stare', 'Are', true)); // Outputs : bool(false)
View jquery.qsParameters.js
(function ( $ ) {
$.qsParameters = function(str) {
var qso = {};
var qs = (str || document.location.search)
// Check for an empty querystring
if (qs == ""){
return qso;
}
View eat-sleep-code-repeat.js
(function repeat() {
eat();
sleep();
code();
repeat();
})();
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jslegers / selfdescriptive.php
Last active Jan 8, 2016
self descriptive number
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<?php
// PHP implementation of my solution for James Grimes's puzzle @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6Qc4oK_HqY
// The following function calculates the (only) self descriptive number for any number of digits
//
// With "self descriptive number", I mean :
// -------------------
// The first digit tells me how many zeros are in the number
// The second digit tells me how many ones are in the number
// The third digit tells me how many twos are in the number
View __math.scss
// Some code is my own
// Some code is coming from https://github.com/adambom/Sass-Math/blob/master/math.scss
// Some code is coming from http://thesassway.com/advanced/inverse-trigonometric-functions-with-sass
// Some code coming from http://thesassway.com/advanced/math-sequences-with-sass
@function power($base, $exponent) {
$ret: 1;
@if $exponent > 0 {
@for $i from 1 through $exponent {
$ret: $ret * $base;
View _generated-placeholders.scss
// This code will only work if you use Sass 3.3 (or higher)
// Configuration :
// -----------------------------------------
$screensizes : (
'default' : 0 infinity,
'mobile' : 0 767px,
'phone' : 0 480px,
'tablet' : 481px 767px,
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jslegers / superglobals.php
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Create a formatted list of all superglobals
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<?php
// Generate a formatted list with all superglobals
//----------------------------------------------------
// Custom superglobal variable $_CUSTOM
$_CUSTOM = array('USERNAME' => 'john', 'USERID' => '18068416846');
// List here whichever superglobals you want to print
// This could be your own custom superglobals
$globals = array(
'$_SERVER' => $_SERVER, '$_ENV' => $_ENV,
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