I tried to fix this. several times. it defeated me. Since it would work if I said "DB ('X'+80) " I just put up with it.
Every time I tried to fix this code I tried to be clever with it, and it never worked. So tonight I said, forget that! All I had to do, when db() found an opening quote, don't be clever. Just look 2 more characters ahead. If i see a closing quote I can just hand the whole thing off to expr(), otherwise the ascii handler gets it.
1) - we are baking and preparing food to re-open the coffee shop.
2) - we are cleaning a million things and making arrangements for safe social distancing and proper sanitization within the coffee shop. That means removing all the board games and books and marking off tables and so on and so forth.
3) - I am going to print a bunch of signs and such to hang up
The idea of "your life's purpose" is also utter bullshit. As if a "force" outside of you pre-determined your destiny and tasked you to find it. Nonsense. However the Japanese have some up with a cool thing which is pragmatic and useful - Ikegai.
it supports regex based filters using PCRE so it can be hella powerful
I wish Mastodon supported things like this for example the signup application form
if a automated spammer puts a http/https url in the field you can immediately match that using regex and drop the registration immediately
Reflections on a year of reading Knuth
"Confirmed" --The Presence of an Earth Around the Nearest Star | The Daily Galaxy
ESPRESSO, the successor to HARPS, one of most productive and precise planet hunters, “has made it possible to measure the mass of the planet with a precision of over one-tenth of the mass of Earth. It’s completely unheard of,” says Michel Mayor, mission architect. Mayor is winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2019 […]
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