View log.go
// Golang UK Conference 2016 - Mat Ryer - Idiomatic Go Tricks
func foo() error {
log.Println("----------")
defer log.Println("----------")
// ... do stuff ...
}
View timer.go
// Golang UK Conference 2016 - Mat Ryer - Idiomatic Go Tricks
func StartTimer(name String) func() {
t := time.Now()
log.Println(name, "started")
return func() {
d := time.Now().Sub(t)
log.Println(name, "took", d)
}
}
View solo.go
package command
import (
"fmt"
"net"
"os"
)
const (
message = "This process is already running in SOLO mode."
View marzullo.js
// MarzulloAlgorithm in JavaScript
//
// Not quite what I need which is a list of ranges that contain a specified number.
//
'use strict';
function Point(name, point, type) {
this.name = name;
this.point = point;
this.type = type;
View sql.js
// From: http://tomasz.janczuk.org/2013/05/multi-line-strings-in-javascript-and.html
function multiline(fn) {
return fn.toString().match(/[^]*\/\*([^]*)\*\/\}$/)[1].trim();
}
// NOTE: exported objects are Strings, not functions
exports.getTour = multiline(function() {/*
SELECT
*
FROM
View negative_lookahead.js
var crappy_xml = "<tag>some forget to encode & others &lt;do not&gt;</tag>";
// negative lookahead
crappy_xml.replace(/&(?!(\S+;))/g, '&amp;')
View closure.sh
closurejs()
{
curl -s --data output_info=compiled_code --data-urlencode js_code@${1} http://closure-compiler.appspot.com/compile
}
View repl.js
// Simple embedded REPL
var repl = require("repl");
repl.start({
prompt: "karma> ",
input: process.stdin,
output: process.stdout,
eval: function(cmd, context, filename, callback) {
// cmd comes thru as "(ls\n)", get back to original "ls"
callback("You typed: " + cmd.substring(1, cmd.length-1).trim());
View SomeNetworkOperation.m
// Register your NetworkOperation class after creating your network engine
// someEngine = [[SomeEngine alloc] initWithHostName:SOME_API customHeaderFields:nil];
// [someEngine registerOperationSubclass:[SomeNetworkOperation class]];
// ------ SomeNetworkOperation.h ------
#import "MKNetworkOperation.h"
@interface SomeNetworkOperation : MKNetworkOperation
@end
View FormatThousandsSeparator.m
NSNumberFormatter *formatter = [[NSNumberFormatter alloc] init];
[formatter setNumberStyle:NSNumberFormatterDecimalStyle];
NSLog(@"formatted: %@", [formatter stringFromNumber:[NSNumber numberWithInt:1234567]]);