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What is the process for using anything from gethub?(I'm new)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/github | 14 May 2021
find the "Code" button on your repo and then copy the url from the box that opens. Then, in a terminal, run git clone https://github.com/alexadam/img-encode.git (or the url you copied). this downloads the repository to your local system. From there, every repository is different, so you'll have to consult the readme for that repo to understand it better2 projects | reddit.com/r/github | 14 May 2021
Hello all, what is the process for using downloaded gethub files? I've looked around for a while but have never found an answer, but is there some sort of compiling process? a point in the right direction would be appreciated if so. for example, this takes images and turns them into sound to be played back as a spectrogram. the python file is missing quotations. but that's about it. I've never figured out how to use any of these I've tried. anyway, thanks all. https://github.com/alexadam/img-encode
How to avoid using inheritance in modeling a String API built on top of lists, in an imperative language?
1 project | reddit.com/r/ProgrammingLanguages | 15 Apr 2022
Then, the Text (or call it String) class is also a List. There are 3 types of Text classes: Text8, Text16 and Text32. Notice I was kind of vague in what I meant there. Take Text8 for example. Using Text8, we have many different encodings. We have the UTF8 encoding, as well as many other "single byte encodings" like ASCII.
Let's develop a QR Code Generator, part VII: other kinds of data
1 project | dev.to | 28 Aug 2021
I won't go into detail about how to map a character into its Shift JIS code for now, as there are good libraries for the job (iconv-lite comes to mind, and you can even have a look to the actual table if you want to whip up your own solution). It's sufficient to say that we'll need 13 bits (213 = 8192) for each one of them.
Let's develop a QR Code Generator, part II: sequencing data
1 project | dev.to | 10 Jul 2021
For Kanji mode... oh dear. First, we'd have to get the Shift JIS code of the pictogram, and the best way to do it is using a library like iconv-lite or, if you want to to it on your own, use its symbol table. Also, not every symbol can be used, but only those in the ranges 0x8140 to 0x9FFC and 0xE040 to 0xEBBF. In the end, a Kanji character will take 13 bits.
What are some alternatives?
string-length - Get the real length of a string - by correctly counting astral symbols and ignoring ansi escape codes
indent-string - Indent each line in a string
escape-string-regexp - Escape RegExp special characters
camelcase - Convert a dash/dot/underscore/space separated string to camelCase: foo-bar → fooBar
repeating - Repeat a string - fast
execall - Find multiple RegExp matches in a string
splice-string - Remove or replace part of a string like Array#splice
matcher - Simple wildcard matching