Function fooa {.

Brosey: I don’t, but I suppose I might’ve said that

Tawil: How can I replace a IMG src that isn’t inside a element?

Cawthon: Hylle, I am trying to wrap my head around “Why promises are better than Callbacks” at first.

Szwed: I experimented making my “Pacific” typeface a little larger.

Nantanapibul: Https://×15.png

Elson: Hylle, then I will try to implement anything. :

Miska: Hylle, site is not up. for some reason :

Autry: Hylle: How readable is that to you? :3

Mewbourn: HikaruBG: I started writing a blog post about it:, it’s not finished yet, but should hopefully have enough information to tell you why promises are an interesting concept

Morante: James has a neat blog post on the subject too:

Oursler: Heroman: I can read it now, but it looks bad 😀

Furnish: Hylle, Thanks! : I am going to take a look at your blog

Uvalle: Hylle: I mean, why do you think it looks bad? :3

Hokula: Heroman: The pixels are not smooth, the character shapes are hard to differentiate, and the curly braces are just meh to me

Stoesz: The curly braces are my trademark. ;.;

Kues: Since they don’t look like curly braces at all

Fennel: They look like halves of a hand-drawn sun’s rays. :3

Strader: I mean, if it works for you, that’s cool. I prefer using something like Source Code Pro

Tocher: Oh, you mean because my design a pixel font and not anti-aliased.

Murtaugh: When you say “smooth”, I mean.

Pacetti: And I tried to make the characters look as clearly different as possible. Are the lines too thin/spindly?

Yannantuono: I don’t really like pixel fonts in anything but retro games :

Cromedy: That’s where I started font designing. XD

Taback: Modifying retro games.

Rutley: It occurred to me that you *may* find the lines too thin/spindly.

Mate: Bberry: SyntaxError: missing ; before statement

Ruvolo: I’m seeking your opinion. I’m not actually trying to make a font for you. :3 But it occurred to me you have useful “bad” eyes.

Bonnes: And feedback is good.

Stlouise: How can I get the key of object if it is in the list? ll = {}, {}

Beacham: I mean how I can get the values of the object

Dorsett: Also, it helps that, with my special curly braces, code like {} no longer looks like unmentionables.

Swamy: Hylle, yeah, that makes a lot more sense 😛

Dehner: Heroman: mostly the shapes look very similar to me r and n, for example, and some don’t compose well like !==

Gentleman: Herehere: iterate over the list. don’t use either.

Kersting: Oh, my diagonal exclamation points?

Gentleman: Herehere: use Object.keys to get an array of the keys of an object.

Mellors: Hylle: although, really, it doesnt lol :3

Remsberg: It seems I can’t design a font without wanting to cute it up. XD

Neptune: Bberry: in JS, if you had function fa { }, then arguments0 and a were treated as the same thing. So modifying arguments0 was the same as modifying a, and vice-versa. It gets really awkward because you can *p**** arguments to any other function, so any other function can modify the local variables of the function from where arguments

Levecke: Originated. This is also why browsers don’t optimise arguments outside of strict mode.

Prokes: Thank you for your feedback, Hylle.

Gentleman: Function fooa { bararguments; return a; } function barargs { args0 = ‘b’; } foo’a’