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mathiasbynens / regex-lone-surrogates.js
Created May 26, 2014
A regular expression to match lone surrogates only
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var assert = require('assert');
// The goal is to match lone surrogates, i.e. any high surrogates
// (`[\uD800-\uDBFF]`) that are not directly followed by a low surrogate
// (`[\uDC00-\uDFFF]`), and any low surrogates (`[\uDC00-\uDFFF]`) that are not
// directly preceded by a high surrogate (`[\uD800-\uDBFF]`).
var regex = /[\uD800-\uDBFF](?![\uDC00-\uDFFF])|(?:[^\uD800-\uDBFF]|^)[\uDC00-\uDFFF]/;
assert.equal(regex.test('foo\uDC00bar'), true);
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Cards Against Humanity

Below are the white and black card sets published by Cards Against Humanity. Take them and come back with a bot. You have 48 hours, starting from an arbitrary time that I forget.

Black cards with 2 blanks are pick 2. Black cards with 3 blanks are pick 3, draw 2.

The rules are on the official web site.

These cards are taken from this PDF.

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mathiasbynens / README.md
Last active Dec 26, 2015
Quick and dirty user script that displays a Markdown-formatted link to the current code point detail page after double-clicking the title
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Try it on the detail page for U+1F4A9 PILE OF POO, for example.

Screenshot after double-clicking the <h1>:

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mathiasbynens / .gitignore
Last active Sep 1, 2019
Generating a regular expression to match valid JavaScript identifiers (like https://mathiasbynens.be/demo/javascript-identifier-regex) in Node.js
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package-lock.json
node_modules
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mathiasbynens / opera-15-regressions.md
Last active Aug 4, 2018
List of things that broke with the Opera 15 release due to the switch to Blink/Chromium (Web features, not UI-specific stuff)
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mathiasbynens / url-code-points.js
Last active Oct 27, 2016
Let’s create a JavaScript-compatible regular expression that matches any URL code point, as per the URL Standard.
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// “The URL code points are ASCII alphanumeric, "!", "$", "&", "'", "(", ")",
// "*", "+", ",", "-", ".", "/", ":", ";", "=", "?", "@", "_", "~", and code
// points in the ranges U+00A0 to U+D7FF, U+E000 to U+FDCF, U+FDF0 to U+FFEF,
// U+10000 to U+1FFFD, U+20000 to U+2FFFD, U+30000 to U+3FFFD, U+40000 to
// U+4FFFD, U+50000 to U+5FFFD, U+60000 to U+6FFFD, U+70000 to U+7FFFD, U+80000
// to U+8FFFD, U+90000 to U+9FFFD, U+A0000 to U+AFFFD, U+B0000 to U+BFFFD,
// U+C0000 to U+CFFFD, U+D0000 to U+DFFFD, U+E1000 to U+EFFFD, U+F0000 to
// U+FFFFD, U+100000 to U+10FFFD.”
// — http://url.spec.whatwg.org/#url-code-points
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mathiasbynens / deterministic-math-random.js
Last active Jul 28, 2019
Here’s a 100% deterministic (predictable) alternative to `Math.random`. Useful when benchmarking.
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// Here’s a 100% deterministic alternative to `Math.random`. Google’s V8 and
// Octane benchmark suites use this to ensure predictable results.
Math.random = (function() {
var seed = 0x2F6E2B1;
return function() {
// Robert Jenkins’ 32 bit integer hash function
seed = ((seed + 0x7ED55D16) + (seed << 12)) & 0xFFFFFFFF;
seed = ((seed ^ 0xC761C23C) ^ (seed >>> 19)) & 0xFFFFFFFF;
seed = ((seed + 0x165667B1) + (seed << 5)) & 0xFFFFFFFF;
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mathiasbynens / jsonp.php
Last active Jun 25, 2016
Basic JSON/JSON-P service in PHP
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<?php
// Prevent content sniffing attacks such as http://mths.be/bst.
header('X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff');
// Note: The user-provided callback name must be filtered to prevent attack
// vectors. This script simply removes any symbols other than `[a-zA-Z0-9$_]`
// from the input. Sadly, this blocks the use of some valid JavaScript
// identifiers, and also accepts a few invalid ones. See
// http://mathiasbynens.be/notes/javascript-identifiers for details.
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mathiasbynens / md5-collision.js
Last active Mar 8, 2019
Verify the most famous MD5 collision example in JavaScript, using nothing but built-in Node libraries.
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#!/usr/bin/env node
// Verify the most famous MD5 collision example in JavaScript, using nothing but
// built-in Node modules.
var crypto = require('crypto');
var ucs2encode = require('punycode').ucs2.encode;
var assert = require('assert');
var md5 = function(string) {
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