Npm? ill check it.

Trucchi: Dekok: in my case, I’ve done lambda calc stuff before, but when I first looked at Folktale I hadn’t really done anything with Haskell. Later on, when I took another look at it having been working with Haskell, it was a lot easier to work with the notation at a glance

Trucchi: HowardwLo: just make sure you handle errors

Trucchi: That’s a weakness of setTimeout in general, really

Trucchi: I like to abstract setTimeout with my own method that returns a timeout object with promise methods on it

Kunshier: I like Rx for this but then i’m a bit obsessed anyway

Trucchi: Yeah, Rx is nice but it’s good to have smaller, feature-specific methods for when you don’t want to include a monolithic utility lib ;-

Tardy: Theweirdn8: many people are out there

Matkins: Anyone got some gamedev skills

Meachem: Got a bug i need to fix

Beilke: Http://

Clow: Holy lack of indentations batman

Mckown: Trucchi: cool thanks :

Trucchi: Robdubya: is rxNext split up into sub-modules? or do you just mean that the core module is just an ES7 observable shim?

Nebesny: But when i copied it it got gg

Selbo: Theweirdn8 maybe drop it in a gist?

Ayarza: Trucchi the core stuff is just the necessary bits, the operators and stuff aren’t necessarily included

Sowders: I have a XMLHttpRequest.responseText, and it’s a plain integer, how do i convert it into an integer?

Dichristopher: Is that like pastebin?

Scriber: One sec, im gonna attemp a console.log debug check rite quick

Batzri: Mahlum: is there a chance that you are Kai Mallea?

Lavere: Zap0 pedantically, JS doesn’t have an integer type

Wakley: Hagb4rd: string ‘number’

Wakley: Hagb4rd: string ‘number’

Hoeft: But not every number is float precision, is it?

Windover: All numbers have the same precision, hagb4rd.

Densford: Well, actually, that’s incorrect. Smaller, less decimal numbers are more precise.

Kawashima: What I meant to say is that all numbers are stored in the same way, it doesn’t matter if they’re integral or decimal

Ruthledge: And the way is.float?

Dinizio: Afroradiohead congrats!

Vanhise: I mean like floating point numbers are stored?

Wakley: Hagb4rd: IEEE floating point – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Duprat: Afroradiohead: : Good luck on your new job

Huppert: How can I convert a huge if else to an object dictionary? something like commands = { ‘message’ = function { }

Jahaly: Not sure about the syntax of it

Bjorkquist: Giraffe_: so, why do you want to do that? And what are the conditions in your “huge if else”?

Bressi: Apparently its more organized/cleaner/i dont need to duplicate code for functions

Feleppa: From discussion user, to discussion channel, and the message

Rebik: Giraffe_: not always. There aren’t many “absolute best” thingies in programming

Hadsall: Giraffe_: so, you want to select the right functionality to handle a particular discussion command?

Girven: I still need to duplciate code in that case hagb4rd like a .leave command and if they actually leave the channel

Arrocho: Heres slightly outdated code.

Rahall: Https://

Lomax: U can have also sth like runcommand. where command is the func in run

Sowders: Robdubya, did that make you wet?

Dershem: Giraffe_: the module commander may also be interesting. it p****s a command line in a nice way

Tuukanen: Npm? ill check it out