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Created Aug 13, 2019
Produces a 0.0 to 1.0 index of the similarity between two strings using the Levenshtein edit distance function
package io.p13i.ra.similarity;
import io.p13i.ra.utils.Assert;
import io.p13i.ra.cache.ICache;
import io.p13i.ra.cache.LimitedCapacityCache;
import io.p13i.ra.utils.Tuple;
import java.util.Objects;
import java.util.LinkedList;
import java.util.Queue;
import java.util.logging.Logger;
* Writes log files to a after a specified number of items are writen to the buffer
View 2019-07-07 | Glass Notes
  • One side effect of using GitHub Gists as a data store is the ability to track how documents change over time, in addition to their current contents. It's really fun to see how documents change over time!

  • The automatic saving feature to a cloud service is incredibly reassuring for me.

Next features

  • A menu status bar at all times at the top of the screen showing the current time, updated every second, and status of the app

  • Ability to modify certain settings like the API oAuth keys and preferred update duration online, perhaps by using a QR code read by Glass populated online that conveys JSON information

    • achieved for the time-being: using uncommitted file that the developer will have to fill out
p13i / JSON.swift
Created Feb 15, 2018
Simple JSON wrapper for Foundation's JSONEncoder and JSONDecoder
View JSON.swift
// JSON.swift
// Created by Pramod Kotipalli on 11/1/17.
// Copyright © 2017 Pramod Kotipalli. All rights reserved.
import Foundation
public class JSON {
p13i / frameworks.txt
Created Sep 6, 2016
Common CSS frameworks
View frameworks.txt
(In order of complexity)
Skeleton CSS (
Foundation (
Bootstrap (
Materialize CSS (
Angular Material (
View Find Dec 25ths that are
import math
def findDayOfWeek(month, day, year):
monthCode = getMonthCode(month, year)
yearCode = getYearCode(year)
dayOfWeekNumber = day + monthCode + yearCode
daysOfWeek = dict({
View Finding
import math
def GCD(a , b):
if(b == 0):
return a
return GCD(b, a - math.floor(a/b)*b)
# Input values here and run
print(GCD(9876, 54321))
View Finding_PPTs.js
// FOR THE PURPOSES of this code sample, some code essential
// for the functioning of this script was removed.
// Please view the "Finding PPTs" page source of
// to see a functional example.
$("input[name='submit']").click(function () { // Upon clicking the submit button, run this function
// Get the input values
var maxS = $("input[name='s_bound']").val();
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