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3:22 AM
Ooh, I found the perfect question to show off my busy beaver
 
 
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Q: Inverse-quotes-quine, inverted (pt. 2)

Geza KerecsenyiBased on a comment by Jo King on my previous question (called 'Inverse-quotes-quine'), I present this new question. The rules are similar, but just, the opposite: If your program is run normally, all of the code not in the speech marks (" - double quotes) should be printed. If your program is w...

 
 
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7:07 PM
Hey, I'm looking for a Javascript framework recommendataion. I am building a REST api, and I just want to show that data to the user, and I want it to be as easy to use as possible.
 
7:21 PM
Try vanilla.js. It's very easy on the client's CPU.
 
I really don't want to write a bunch of code that formats a bunch of HTML based on a JSON object.
 
when using the floyd warshall algorithm does using the inverse on an edge going in the opposite direction serve a purpose or it that something that's implementation specific and has nothing to do with the method itself. ?
for example lets say A->B->C where A->B =3 and B->C = 2 and you need to determine A->C and you use the inverse here A<-B = 1/3 and B<-C = 1/2
 
Anonymous
React?
 
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I was considering React before I asked here, but I don't really need the "change this object, and the html everywhere changes to match", and I feel like that functionality adds complexity that I don't really need.
 
Anonymous
7:39 PM
Then don't use that? Just use simple function components for display
 
Anonymous
8:29 PM
@NathanMerrill You could also look into logicless templating engines like Handlebars
 
9:03 PM
oooh, I like the look of Handlebars
that's more or less what I was looking for. Thanks
 
Anonymous
Glad I could help
 

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