View bkmklt-replace-in-selected-text.js
(function() {
function getSelectionText() {
var text = "";
if (window.getSelection) {
text = window.getSelection().toString();
} else if (document.selection && document.selection.type != "Control") {
text = document.selection.createRange().text;
return text;
View Test-Collection-Contains.linq.cs
void Main()
test(10, 5, 10, true);
View gist:71a7a89bc3bec0d8ea2faaa287c20c82
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Selected Text (Colors)=fore:#F8F8F2; back:#49483E; eolfilled
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View debug-me.php
Plugin Name: Dev Debug Me
Plugin URI:
Description: Just some developer includes for debugging. Not actually a plugin; activate to test log writing.
Author: zaus
Version: 0.1
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View compObj.js
* Compare versions of objects and warn of differences
* @param {object} v1 variant 1
* @param {object} v2 variant 2
* @param {bool} stringify optionally (if provided and `true`) stringify the variant parameters when dumping
* @param {string} root [internal use] nested key placeholder
* @example <caption>Example comparing two things:</caption>
* // should result in warnings for 'foo' and 'somebool'
* compObj({foo: "bar", id: 123, somebool: true}, {bar: "foo", id: 123, somebool: 'true'});
* @returns {void} nothing -- see console logging
View header-loop-perf.cs
void Main()
var headers = new System.Net.WebHeaderCollection();
headers.Add("xxx", "yyy");
headers.Add("zzz", "f&&ff");
headers.Add("xxx", "ttt");
headers.Add("yyy", "33,3");
View enviro-switch.php
switch($_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']) {
case 'wp.sandbox:81':
define('DB_NAME', 'YOURDB');/** The name of the database for WordPress */
define('DB_USER', 'YOURUSER');/** MySQL database username */
define('DB_PASSWORD', 'YOURPASS');/** MySQL database password */
define('DB_HOST', 'localhost');/** MySQL hostname */ // may need to use actual computer ip in some cases
define('DB_NAME', 'YOURDB');/** The name of the database for WordPress */
define('DB_USER', 'YOURUSER');/** MySQL database username */
View SimpleServer.cs
using System.IO;
// modified from RestSharp unit tests
namespace UnitTesting
using System;
using System.Net;
using System.Security;
using System.Threading;


After using the suggested Partition solution on a set of data that had calculations applied to each element before being enumerated (see scenarios below), I noticed the application took much longer. Investigated via tests.cs and discovered that each item will be evaluated twice. See differences in sideeffect in results.

Original Scenario

var items = database.Fetch(filter).ToList();
var calculatedStuff = items.Select(item => new CalculatedItem(item));
// other stuff
var file = new SomeFileHelperThing("filename");
View Sign-In-Up-Transition.markdown