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View re:when-will-browsers-be-complete.txt
2020-10-31 02:46PM
A follow-up.
There has been some great conversation around the opinion piece. Having read all
200+ comments on YCombinator and Gist GitHub, I think it's most productive to
respond to them all in this follow-up piece.
The piece will be structured by looking at what I think are the most relevant
critiques and comments, followed by adding context to others' comments, and
View when-will-web-browsers-be-complete.txt
A short exploration into the end game of web browsers.
This article may seem to be about bashing Google but it isn't. It's just about
reflecting on the current state and how much longer we should see ourselves
So what is the Web? Well we can agree the Web is a conglomerate of standards
proposed by the W3C. So what do those standards define?
View andb_eq_orb.v
Theorem andb_eq_orb :
forall (b c : bool),
(andb b c = orb b c) ->
b = c.
intros b c.
destruct b eqn:Eb.
- destruct c eqn:Ec.
+ reflexivity.
View z-strings.adoc

"Strings" form a group

By the end of this, we will have defined insert, delete, find and replace operations.

Talking about polymorphism with someone in the context of JS, the following example came up:

View curl.s
.intel_syntax noprefix
.include "std.macro"
.include "curl.const"
.section .data
curl: .quad 0
.section .rodata
url_google: .asciz ""
View fib.s
.intel_syntax noprefix
.include "std.macro"
.section .text
fib: op1 = rdi; op2 = rsi; iterations = rcx
xadd op2, op1
loop fib
View lambda.js
// Propositional logic implemenation
const True = a => b => a;
const False = a => b => b;
const If = x => x;
const Not = a => a(False)(True);
const And = a => b => a(True)(False)(b(True)(False))(False);
const Or = a => b => a(True)(b(True)(False));
const Xor = a => b => And(Or(a)(b))(Not(And(a)(b)));
// SKI calculus implementation
lf94 /
Created Jun 17, 2018
zmap to ply converter
def toAddress(bytes):
return int.from_bytes(bytes, byteorder='big')
class Map:
# Map structure is tied to a file
def __init__(self, fileHandle):
self.fileHandle = fileHandle
self.header = self.Header(fileHandle)[-1].data))
self.mesh = Mesh(fileHandle)
trait Component {
fn draw(&self, ctx: &mut Context) -> ();
fn get_children(&self) -> Vec<Component>;
struct Label {
children: Vec<Component>,
text: graphics::Text,
color: graphics::Color,
position: graphics::Point,
lf94 / flip.lisp
Last active Dec 11, 2017
Essentially a coin flip smart contract, written in LLL.
View flip.lisp
{ (include './contract.lll'
(def 'enough-paid (>= callvalue required-amount))
(def 'enough-betters (>= number-of-betters required-betters))
(def 'is-paying-out (= paying-out 1))
(def 'minimum-bet-amount 10) ; Wei
(def 'required-betters 10)
(init {