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re: Understanding Microtasks and tasks in JS
Well, that was more straightforward than I first expected. ...
re: Daily Challenge #43 - Boardgame Fight Resolver
This is by far the most clever CSS I have ever seen. I appl...
re: How I Made 30000€ In 3️⃣ Months By Quitting My Job πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»
That must've been a great feeling to recreate the company's...
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Honestly, the theme is really good. I doubt it would fail t...
re: Consistent Developer Journey with Dracula πŸ§›β€β™‚οΈ
This theme has always been a nice one for me, but I gotta s...
re: What is bad code?
Well, I won't really define "bad code" as a whole, but I wi...
re: Typescript and external libraries
Oh, dang. I never knew that. Thanks! Are there any other s...
re: JavaScript Quickies: Controlling 3D Objects with Hands 🀯
It was at this moment when all the jaws in the world droppe...
re: β€œhref” vs. β€œsrc” in HTML
I'd say it's probably there for the sake of completeness.
re: β€œhref” vs. β€œsrc” in HTML
Yeah, I suppose you're correct there. It does seem to be co...
re: Emulating "Private" Variables in JavaScript with Closures and Factory Functions
Honestly, I doubt that anyone has the time to add this leve...
re: β€œhref” vs. β€œsrc” in HTML
Why is this not a thing yet??? πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈπŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈπŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ
re: Programming is Hard
We all start from there, my friend. I'm glad you pushed thr...
re: Why you need to give Firefox a chance
Ah, I apologize. I misunderstood earlier. Of course it wou...
re: Why you need to give Firefox a chance
In a perfect world, diversity is definitely great! We have ...
re: Bitmasks: A very esoteric (and impractical) way of managing booleans
Yup, you are definitely correct there. Perhaps I have been ...
re: Why you need to give Firefox a chance
Fair point, but then again, I pray for the poor souls who a...
re: Why you need to give Firefox a chance
Although I definitely agree that we need more competition i...
re: Programming Meme Review - #1
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If a felon can learn programming, security, and hack your ...
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Well, that was short and sweet. πŸ‘Œ
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You give me too much credit. I simply reformatted codeβ€”whic...
re: Dev10 is on ProductHunt! πŸ˜»πŸ™€ Show some love! πŸ’–
Oh, boy! It's been a while. I'm glad y'all got it released.
re: How can you KNOW You Are Coding JavaScript the "right" way?
This is a very difficult question to answer. Honestly, if t...
re: What do you listen to while programming?
I have a strange relationship with listening to music while...
re: DEV's community growth πŸ₯³
Oh, boy. That's quite a lot of people. Makes me realize tha...
re: Explain Inheritance in JavaScript Classes Like I'm Five
Hmm... I never really considered it since it seems too smal...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Ah, thank you for adding this. I purposely didn't include m...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Ah, yes. I catch your drift now. I still plop in some semic...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
I'd say "incorrect" is too strong of a word there. Indeed, ...
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For the record, I wouldn't say I'm an "expert" per se. Just...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
I can imagine the hell you had to go through, man. I πŸ‘ appl...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Yes, that's completely fine! There's nothing wrong about a ...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Thank you! You didn't have to link it, though. That's too n...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Well, for me, I find SCREAMING_CASE pretty helpful because ...
re: Thank you to byte-sized integers
Oh, boy. That's a lot of low-level stuff I've never even co...
re: Thank you to byte-sized integers
This is great! I'll see how I can use them properly in my s...
re: Thank you to byte-sized integers
Ooooh, thanks! I never knew this library existed. That's pr...
re: Thank you to byte-sized integers
That is very strange indeed. I should run performance tests...
re: Help I broke my browser.
You're welcome! Always glad to help a fellow DEV. πŸ˜‰
re: Help I broke my browser.
So assuming you're using Windows and you haven't enabled th...
re: Announcing DEV for Android
Finally! πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³ I've been waiting for this. Thank you, guys! K...
re: What new language/tool/etc. have you been meaning to learn but haven't gotten around to yet?
I don't really have a need for it yet, but learning Python ...
re: πŸ”₯ In case of fire: GTFO
This is definitely the funniest thing I've read today. 🀣
re: My Misconceptions about the Universal Selector in CSS
Thank you for writing about this! I learned a lot from it. ...
re: Bulletproof node.js project architecture πŸ›‘οΈ
This was a really good read. Thanks for this! This is exact...
re: Why I Stopped Watching YouTube Tutorials
No problem, my friend. I enjoy these kinds of conversations...
re: Getting started with Deno
Oh. πŸ˜… Still funny nonetheless.
re: Getting started with Deno
Whoa, is that really why it's called Deno? If so, I genuine...
re: Why I Stopped Watching YouTube Tutorials
Goes to show that reading (and writing) documentation is in...
re: How To Learn JavaScript
No problem, mate! You're doing a great job. Keep it up! πŸ˜‰
re: How To Learn JavaScript
That's really great to hear! There's definitely nothing wro...
re: What is the difference between these two ways of creating objects
Well, the two examples don't actually make any objects. Rat...
re: Poor Man's Dark Mode Using CSS Filter
Ooh! Reminds me of the early prototypes of dev.to's dark mo...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Sometimes, it's a price we have to pay if completely necess...
re: A Pedant's Experiment on Optimizing Callback Functions for Array Iteration
Phew! I'm glad to tell you that, yes, the results are still...
re: A Pedant's Experiment on Optimizing Callback Functions for Array Iteration
Oh, my! I have made an error. Thank you for pointing this o...
re: A Pedant's Experiment on Optimizing Callback Functions for Array Iteration
Oh, no. I just used good ol' Excel for this.
re: A Pedant's Experiment on Optimizing Callback Functions for Array Iteration
I haven't actually tried. I suppose copying the script I us...
re: Being A Woman On The Internet Is... "Fun": A Scientific Study
On behalf of all the gentlemen out there, we apologize that...
re: Need help - Losing faith in my team
That is a very well put message, my friend. You spoke a lot...
re: Semicolons in JavaScript: To Use or Not to Use?
Personally, I write all of my code with semicolons. Not onl...
re: Laxy: Lazy initialization in JavaScript
Wow. This is actually really clever. I never thought of laz...
re: Which game are you playing right now?
Dang, those games are indeed old. It's amazing to see how f...
re: Which game are you playing right now?
I'm guessing that your first console was a PS2? Those were ...
re: Which game are you playing right now?
I'm already expecting that most of the comments here would ...
re: The Many Masks of `const`
GOOD IDEA! Why have I never thought about that before? I'll...
re: The Many Masks of `const`
Yo, that sounds so funny. I'd love to read the humor of sta...
re: The Many Masks of `const`
It sounds so silly to say "I wonder what new stuff some doo...
re: The Many Masks of `const`
Dang, what are the odds of you coincidentally stumbling upo...
re: The Many Masks of `const`
Oh, boiii. That looks pretty messy if you'd ask me. I just ...
re: ELI5: Why use a function declaration, expression, or an IIFE in JavaScript?
Oh, yeah. How could I forget about that? Also, just a side...
re: ELI5: Why use a function declaration, expression, or an IIFE in JavaScript?
Well, there's that, too. πŸ˜…
re: ELI5: Why use a function declaration, expression, or an IIFE in JavaScript?
This is definitely a valid use case for it. I guess the onl...
re: ELI5: Why use a function declaration, expression, or an IIFE in JavaScript?
Yes, you are correct that an IIFE creates its own scope. As...
re: Programming is Hard
True, but I feel like two lines don't do justice to the imp...
re: Programming is Hard
Surely I couldn't write everything about what goes into pro...
re: Programming is Hard
It really confuses me why front-end developers need to lear...
re: Improving the way of saving posts on Dev.to while writing.
Thanks, @aspittel !
re: Improving the way of saving posts on Dev.to while writing.
This is a very interesting proposal. It's so simple that I'...
re: The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week
"Great username", indeed. 🀣
re: Quick Tip: Transform an Array into an Object using .reduce()
Oh, wow. You're right about calling it "silly". πŸ˜‚
re: Quick Tip: Transform an Array into an Object using .reduce()
Excuse my lack of knowledge on the subject, but what does i...
re: Quick Tip: Transform an Array into an Object using .reduce()
That is indeed the true and only technical name for it, but...
re: Quick Tip: Transform an Array into an Object using .reduce()
Honestly, I really don't like naming the first parameter of...
re: Programming is Hard
Yup, I agree with saying that programming is fun and challe...
re: Programming is Hard
I didn't really expect to be commended for my style of writ...
re: Programming is Hard
I have never really been in a professional setting yet. I'm...
re: Emulating "Private" Variables in JavaScript with Closures and Factory Functions
It makes you realize that even though closures are so ubiqu...
re: Programming is Hard
Thank you so much. In this article, I really just wanted to...
re: Emulating "Private" Variables in JavaScript with Closures and Factory Functions
I'm not sure myself, honestly. I'd love to know. When I hav...
re: Programming is Hard
Thank you! That means so much to me.
re: I went to my first interview! It was terrifying.
We all wish you the best of luck, man! Let us know whenβ€”not...
re: Of course HTML is a programming language
I definitely agree with you here. Prior to reading this art...
re: Explain Inheritance in JavaScript Classes Like I'm Five
Oh, I just wanted to mention a "feature" that comes with pr...
re: Explain Inheritance in JavaScript Classes Like I'm Five
Despite its complexity, probably one of the biggest advanta...
re: Captain Marvel's Official Website is Amazing
This site makes me so happy. It's such a breath of fresh ai...
re: How not to lint your code?
I love this article because I can relate to it on so many l...
re: How do I get all the input tag elements on a web page?
Unfortunately, there is none, my friend. However, what you ...
re: How do I get all the input tag elements on a web page?
The reason why this doesn't work is because the <input&g...
re: Explain Inheritance in JavaScript Classes Like I'm Five
Your father (parent class) gives you, the student/son (subc...
re: dev.to Repo Recap from the Past Two Weeks
Oh, wow. That's a lot of contributors compared to the previ...
re: Thank you for the 50K+ views!
Truly, it has become unfathomable to even try to comprehend...
re: Clean up your code with these tips!
No problem, man! Great article. It made me think of how I c...
re: Clean up your code with these tips!
Gotta admit, that does indeed look a hundred times more rea...
re: How to make a website
I would love to just point out that web pages and web sites...
re: If/else or just if?
I can't take the credit for it. πŸ˜‰ ...
re: If/else or just if?
I prefer the second syntax because it acts like a "guard" a...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Ah, I see now. There's a reason why I didn't add the #begin...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Now that you mention it, I think I agree with you in that r...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Precisely! That is a good point. I believe this is exactly ...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Yuppp, loops are always ugly. There is no question about th...
re: In defense of JavaScript oddities
YES. THIS right here is a post that I completely agree with...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
I mean, one can't really say that those who disagree with t...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Yes, that is right. But even though they ultimately boil do...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
This sounds like a great idea. Really, the only obstacle th...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Now this is an elegant solution. The only problem with it i...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Oh, man. Indeed, that does look pretty messy. 😬
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Yeah, I definitely agree with you there. At least this "fea...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Yes, that's right. You definitely shouldn't be bothered too...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Thank you so much for your advice and for taking the time t...
re: The Many Masks of `const`
Thanks, man! All the credit goes to the guy who wrote that ...
re: Eradicating Memory Leaks In JavaScript
Is assigning a variable to null the same as using the delet...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
As sad as it is to see the website finally go, I think this...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
It's amazing how far the Web has come from its early days. ...
re: Don't You Dare Update That Copyright Manually
I have always wondered myself why people usually never set ...
re: An Introduction to Overloading Operators (for Beginners by a Beginner)
Thank you so much for pointing this out! I learned a lot fr...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Eyyyyy! I also started programming by the time I was Grade ...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Who knew that a few lines of HTML could get us here? It's a...
re: Console.table()
console.table is indeed a great tool to display data. Just ...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
πŸ˜‚ We all have to make our compromises...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Oh, sorry. I can't speak Spanish. Don't worry. I fully unde...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Do you use your knowledge of linguistics in any way when yo...
re: How To Learn JavaScript
I'd also love to add that if you're coming from a heavily o...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
All those hours made you an incredibly invaluable asset to ...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Don't sweat it, man. The fact that you didn't forget how yo...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
The way you described your job makes it sound real fun to d...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Dood... Reading those logs must've been soooooooooo tedious...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Neopets used to be my jam, man. It's just so sad to see how...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
I have to get around learning D&D someday. I hear so ma...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Was it a "fun" job, so to speak? Or was it boring and event...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
OH, I DIDN'T NOTICE! How dare I call myself an NBA fan? I a...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
This man was really passionate. You can see the amount of p...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Hmm... This makes me wonder why. I find it pretty cool that...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
This is some really ancient technology. I realize now how t...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Thank you! That's really nice of you to say. 😁
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Indeed, nothing feels better than to see your labor be frui...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Don't let that discourage you, man! Keep up the work. You g...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
I feel lucky to have grown up in a time with computers bein...
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
The nostalgia kicks in really hard, bro.
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Now that's what you call dedication. πŸ‘Œ
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
High five, dood! πŸ– You have a great taste in video games.
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
What did you do as a system administrator?
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
Wow, you live a pretty eventful life to say the least.
re: Who or what inspired you to do programming?
As programmers, we don't call it "being lazy"; we call it "...
re: Top 5 Themes for Visual Studio Code
I just love how friendly and bubbly it looks.
re: Top 5 Themes for Visual Studio Code
I personally fell in love with Atom's One Dark theme, which...
re: happy to be on the DEV team!
First of all, congratulations! πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰ Also, don't worry about...
re: New Years and New Beginnings: I'm Joining the DEV team!
WHOA! Congratulations, Ali! That is so cool! On behalf of t...
re: 8 Productivity Tips for GitHub
Learned quite a lot today. Thank you for this post!
re: Top 5 DEV Comments from the Past Week
At least there's a silver lining for everything. 😁
re: Top 5 DEV Comments from the Past Week
@httpjunkie 's comment on front-end interviews was just fru...
re: Future of CSS: Scrollbars
Yes! We need more of this in CSS. Gone must be the days of ...
re: Describe Your Tetris Effect
My life changed when I learned HTML... Since then, all I c...
re: I want to learn functional programming: where to start?
This series by Fun Fun Function seems to be a great start i...
re: New badge coming soon: 4 Week Streak
Does the badge award people retroactively? Or will people o...
re: Native HTML: Accordion
I'm really enjoying this series so far, Andrew. Looking for...
re: difference between isNaN and Number.isNaN
According to MDN... The Number.isNaN() method determines ...
re: Where Javascript Coercion went wrong?
console.log(1 < 4 < 3); it will return true instead ...
re: How dev.to is working?
Yup, pretty much. The web site performance is no accident. ...
re: how can i start on a synonym service which provide synonyms for given word?
I'm no machine learning expert (not even by a longshot), bu...
re: An overview of programming languages (opinion)
As an experienced JavaScript programmer, you are definitely...
re: How do you handle JavaScript errors?
I'd say the try-catch block is good enough for most use cas...
re: How do you handle JavaScript errors?
Just saying, there's no need to catch all the types of erro...
re: Imperative vs declarative
I see now. From the way you put it, I definitely agree that...
re: Imperative vs declarative
Oooh, I just thought of something pretty interesting. Based...
re: πŸŽ„πŸŽ DEV10 πŸŽπŸŽ„: A Christmas Gift for the Best Community on 🌍
Happy merry to you, too! πŸŽ„
re: πŸŽ„πŸŽ DEV10 πŸŽπŸŽ„: A Christmas Gift for the Best Community on 🌍
I'll try to help out in refactoring the code if I find the ...
re: Imperative vs declarative
Just wondering, if one were to imperatively code some funct...
re: πŸŽ„πŸŽ DEV10 πŸŽπŸŽ„: A Christmas Gift for the Best Community on 🌍
Yo, this is pretty dang cool! The fact that you did it in o...
re: My 2018 Year in Review on dev.to
I'd say my favorite post would be the one about the differe...
re: Generate and Set Pseudorandom Hexadecimal Background Color Using JavaScript
I wonder if there's a jsPerf for that by now. I'm really cu...
re: What are the fundamentals of programming?
I think they're just called variables and functions in gene...
re: Generate and Set Pseudorandom Hexadecimal Background Color Using JavaScript
Yes, it's definitely going to hurt performance at scale. Th...
re: Generate and Set Pseudorandom Hexadecimal Background Color Using JavaScript
Oh, wow. I never even knew that you could access an id from...
re: What are the fundamentals of programming?
I'd say it'd be the notion of variables and function (AKA m...
re: Generate and Set Pseudorandom Hexadecimal Background Color Using JavaScript
This is a great read for beginners. I also wondered how to ...
re: Please don't commit .env
This is really intricate and interesting. Thanks for sharin...
re: Please don't commit .env
It seems to be quite a popular anti-pattern nowadays. πŸ˜… Be...
re: Please don't commit .env
Yes, that's true. At least for me, I think it's just easier...
re: Please don't commit .env
I'm sure he'll be informing them about the demo beforehand....
re: Please don't commit .env
How typical of them. Hays... πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ
re: Please don't commit .env
Hack responsibly! πŸ˜‰
re: Now THIS Is Podracing!
It all started when I felt like I wanted to make a Discord ...
re: Please don't commit .env
You could always show them a demo of the amount of damage y...
re: Please don't commit .env
Yes, it could be okay to commit there. At least it's not pu...
re: Firefox Add-on to Turn On Dev.to's Night Mode πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
Yo, sameee. Times are just tough nowadays. Fear not, with ...
re: Firefox Add-on to Turn On Dev.to's Night Mode πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
Awwwww, man. Even though it's a one-time fee, paying $5 upf...
re: Please don't commit .env
I take it that the intern didn't stay there for long...
re: Please don't commit .env
How did you guys manage the situation? Did everyone scrambl...
re: Firefox Add-on to Turn On Dev.to's Night Mode πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
The possibilities are endless with this one!
re: Firefox Add-on to Turn On Dev.to's Night Mode πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
WOW. You pulled it off in two browsers! I know it's simple ...
re: Firefox Add-on to Turn On Dev.to's Night Mode πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
Great job, dood! Here's to more successful projects in the ...
re: Please don't commit .env
Wow. It makes me wonder what the hijacker did to rack up a ...
re: Please don't commit .env
Oh, no. That's just really unfortunate. Do they still remin...
re: Please don't commit .env
Yes, it's definitely okay to commit the .env file if and on...
re: Please don't commit .env
Now that you mentioned it, I'm surprised that it hasn't bee...
re: Please don't commit .env
I agree with the post. It really comes down to resetting an...
re: Please don't commit .env
That's good and all, but as @matthias mentioned, it's stil...
re: Please don't commit .env
We're glad to hear that! Cheers! πŸ₯‚ *clink*
re: Please don't commit .env
Yup! That's true. If at any time you feel that you have bee...
re: Please don't commit .env
Thank you! I appreciate it. On the note of the GitHub searc...
re: Facebook Lied : A Facebook Feature Which Kills Another Feature
I wouldn't say Facebook is "fooling" you per se. I think it...
re: How to shift array position in vanilla JavaScript
I mean it would be ES5 if const was var. πŸ˜‚ Anyway, I like ...
re: How to shift array position in vanilla JavaScript
I think this will do just fine. function shiftArray(arr)...
re: I am not able to understand 'factory'
Yup, agreed. Perhaps you could submit a pull request to for...
re: I am not able to understand 'factory'
From my best efforts to understand the code, I think it has...
re: I am not able to understand 'factory'
The answer to your question (at least I think so?)...
re: Regex…
You should practice your skills at regex101. It's an amazin...
re: How to start learning as a Developer.
Learn to understand, not to memorize. This. πŸ‘† I shall re...
re: Demystifying the Long Arrow "Operator"
Wow, I never knew how much of hassle this was until you exp...
re: Demystifying the Long Arrow "Operator"
Wowwwwww... This is just outrageous! As much as I love the ...
re: Demystifying the Long Arrow "Operator"
I like your take on this. It's very thought-provoking. Thes...
re: Skills That Everyone Thinks Web Developers Have
"Can you hack my friend's Facebook account?" No.
re: Previewing dev.to's Upcoming Night Mode
This is great! For one, it does not cause any issues with t...
re: Previewing dev.to's Upcoming Night Mode
Wow! This actually looks pretty interesting. I like the gra...
re: What It’s Like To Work Through A Security Incident
Amazing post, Chris! There should really be more of these k...
re: The personality of programming communities
I'm not sure what gave you that impression. The exclamat...
re: The personality of programming communities
That is true, but the industry greatly influences the commu...
re: The personality of programming communities
I'm pretty sure I didn't misread the article. JavaScript is...
re: The personality of programming communities
As an extension to that, I'd say the JavaScript community i...
re: Have you ever heard a more beautiful phrase than this?
Stellar job, guys! Keep it up. Thank you for the hard work ...
re: New tag for open source contributions?
Yeah, it does become cumbersome in your case. Searching isn...
re: Different types of testing explained
Finally! I now know what these buzzwords mean. Thank you fo...
re: Dev.to Review #11: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed
No worries, man! No offense was taken at all! πŸ˜‰ I knew that...
re: Demystifying the Long Arrow "Operator"
I see. I get your point.
re: How it works mentorship program inside dev.to?
I'm actually curious about how all of this works. I just se...
re: Re-implementing jQuery methods in the HTMLElement prototype
It also gives you an idea on what Babel does under the hood...
re: Dev.to Review #11: Top 7 Of The Week, Discussed
Thanks for the feature, guys! I definitely agree with what ...
re: Demystifying the Long Arrow "Operator"
That's true. This isn't the first time I've made bad analog...
re: Language choice for newbie to start android development
I'm not involved in the Android App Development community, ...
re: Optimize Your Programming Decisions for the 95%, Not the 5%
Exactly. It's just so strange how the supposed "good things...
re: Optimize Your Programming Decisions for the 95%, Not the 5%
This is a very insightful article. I, too, have been a vict...
re: Singleton in JavaScript
Keep up the good work!
re: Singleton in JavaScript
Cool! Nice and simple explanation. Great job!
re: A beginner's trap
This is absolutely true. If there is one thing you absolute...
re: Demystifying the Long Arrow "Operator"
That's true. I do catch your drift. I see where I might hav...
re: Demystifying the Long Arrow "Operator"
Thanks! I'm glad you liked them (the post and my avatar). ...
re: Show off your terminal 😍
It's not much, but it gets the job done.
re: Demystifying the Long Arrow "Operator"
Don't worry. I'm pretty sure the comments section has disco...
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