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Video: “Inside the Wolfram Language” by Stephen Wolfram

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Video: Monads and Gonads

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Tutorial – VIM in under 30 minutes

“Vim is a text editor written by Bram Moolenaar and first released publicly in 1991. Based on the vi editor common to Unix-like systems, Vim is designed for use both from a command line interface and as a standalone application in a graphical user interface.”

From: Wikipedia.org

The vi/vim editor – Lesson 1

The vi Editor – Lesson 2 – Navigation Commands

The vi Editor – Lesson 3 – Inserting Text

The vi Editor – Lesson 4 – Deleting Text

VI/VIM CheatSheet

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Ratio.js – Fractions for javascript

Hey Everyone,
I created a project called Ratio.js. Basically the goal of the project is to provide an simple object for dealing with fractions in javascript.
Check it out here and tell me what this.

Ratio.js

Sample Code

 
// converts decimal values into the form of a fraction.
a = Ratio.parse(1/2);
a.toString() == "1/2";
 
// converts strings in the form of "a/b" to a fraction a/b.
a = Ratio.parse( "1/2" );
a.toString() == "1/2";
 
var result = Ratio.parse( 12.12121212121212 ).reduce().toString();
result == "400/33";

Simple Demo

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