Elvis: Oh yeah that’s totally plausible then
Elvis: That code is very inaccurate and bad about stuff like this. it also would run the collision p***es too many times to try to fix that, which probably causes your issue.
Elvis: As well as making it super inefficient
Mate: Torkable: string ‘abcd’
Mate: Torkable: string ‘abcdefghijklmnop’
Mate: Torkable: string ‘abcdefghijklmnopqrstuv’
Turello: Are you expecting something to happen at some point?
Jimenez: C’mon lazy fool, 4 more letters :-
Hausman: I expect the strings to be concatenateed lol
Sroufe: Has anyone seen my flash key?
Mate: Torkable: string ‘abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz’
Gleaves: Torkable: its strange, i cant get concat to do anything on my strings, ive used it 1000s of times.
Gleaves: My string are stored in variables. i would like to put them all together into one string. and it does nothing it seems… grrr wtf
Torbeck: Var a = ‘a’; var b = ‘b’, var c = ‘c’; var d = ‘d’; a.concatb, c, d;
Mate: Torkable: SyntaxError: missing variable name
Vafiadis: Gleaves: if you want to combine them into a single string, just put them all into an array and use .join
Saulpaugh: For some reason, the body height it the container divs here are more than 100% https://varmag.com/gallery/inga-by-marco-leonardi/attachment/marco_leonardi_inga_00016/ any ideas? maybe a JS fix?
Mate: Gleaves: string ‘this is a string’
Gleaves: Right, but it SHOULD work, there must be something else wrong i am not seeing
Vafiadis: Gleaves: can you share a gist or paste it here if it’s just one line of how you’re using concat?
Gleaves: I have 15 strings saved in 15 variables, i am pretty sure they are strings… any way to make sure?
Gleaves: And it is simply “comma_separated_string.concatfirstPubStr, refStr, ihcStr, ifStr, wbStr, ipStr, chipStr, elisaStr, ffpeStr, fbStr, facsStr, maStr, epStr, gssStr, aseqStr;”
Gleaves: Vafiadis: it is an array of strings, thats why it doesnt work. damnit. lol
Salvitti: Happens to the best of us
Vafiadis: Gleaves: haha I thought that might be it
Boehning: Saulpaugh, I don’t see any rule about height in the css
Mate: Yansanmo: number 4292683172
Krupicka: I’m reading it from a file, I guess.
Saulpaugh: I removed all the height rules yansanmo to try to fix it. basically, i want the image to only be as tall as the user’s screen height
Mooney: In the file it’s A425DDFF
Montiel: Saulpaugh, you need height: 100% all the way to the image, put the image as block, and remove every padding/margin on html/body
Caliman: Are you reading that as 32-bit integer signed ?
Dalbec: That’s what I’m checking
Farron: Hmm. var len = buf.readInt32LE4;
Saulpaugh: I fixed it with $”.attachment img”.css”max-height”, screen.height * .80; yansanmo
Diaz: God I’m glad I don’t write browser code
Saulpaugh: Any ideas of another way yansanmo ?
Tamiya: I already told you, you didn’t use it
Saulpaugh: But landscape photos would stretch to the height yansanmo
Demus: You check the naturalHeight/naturalWidth of the photo, and you use width instead of height
Szymkowski: I was under some heavy sedation when I set that pw haha
Boken: Shouldn’t node install packagename update my package.json?
Tai: Npm install –save packagename
Hock: Or -S or -D for short