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Kat Maddox Jul 30
Replying to @ctrlshifti
I figured it out! Thanks everyone
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Kat Maddox Jul 30
Replying to @ctrlshifti
Why are people talking about %? I'm trying to determine parity not get percentages
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Энергия (Energia rocket) Jul 30
Replying to @ctrlshifti
This is a recurring issue in programming. In javascript npm, there is a handy module for this, which despite its apparent usefulness has only been downloaded a mere 5 million times.
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Kat Maddox Jul 30
Replying to @EnergiaRocket
Wow. Whenever I see things like that, I remember this article:
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Kat Maddox Jul 31
Replying to @ctrlshifti
"My eyes are burning!!!" you're looking at some lines of code not a Portland cop. stop being so dramatic
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Cédric 🇯🇵 Jul 30
Replying to @ctrlshifti
I love the colors !
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Kat Maddox Jul 30
Replying to @riccicedric
🥰 it's the Material theme for vscode
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Kelly Vaughn 🐞 Jul 30
Replying to @ctrlshifti
There’s not, you have achieved maximum programming skill
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Kat Maddox Jul 30
Replying to @kvlly
i've truly made it
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abdul 🏡 Jul 30
Replying to @ctrlshifti
I think i've figured it out, simply query my API (replacing “2” with your number): If that doesn't suit your needs try: None of that % nonsense here
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Kat Maddox Jul 30
Replying to @abdulajet
this is perfect, thank you. if anyone ever asks me what postmodernist programming looks like, i'll point them here
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