Documentation Where Art Thou?!
The documentation ranges from decent to misleading to lies to simply not there. It's almost impossible to rely on the documentation as is, and I had to resort to simply reading other core instead of looking at docs. At the time of posting, the Editor.getPath() method is still missing from the docs— arguably the most important method if you're doing anything with the files, and necessary for all 3 of the plugins … plugins
Now when you run @q vim will run the macro on every line until it finishes while you sit back and relax. I like using recursive macros because the loop will be exited if it fails to execute on a line. This improves the speed of making changes without risking applying it incorrectly throughout the file, provided you write your macros carefully.
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When Knuth implements tail call optimization, it's actually faster than iteration.
All of Knuth's loops terminate...with extreme prejudice.
The NSA is permanently parked outside of Knuth's house, hoping that he might help them crack public key encryption. Sometime last year, Knuth gave them a copy of "The Art of Computer Programming", but refused to tell them which page the algorithm was on.
Knuth taught a group of kids how to use their fingers as abacuses. …
…you can install the Avian Missing Bundle and add TM STRIP WHITESPACE ON SAVE = true to your .tm_properties file.
Forusers, set the ensure_newline_at_eof_on_save option to true .
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Lesson #2: Work with Great People
The team that I worked with were really great people. In some ways, these colleagues saw things in me that I didn't even see in myself.
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…Buddhist Temple . I went down, and they were reading The Art Of Happiness . I had gotten a copy a few months before when I saw it in my local big box book retailer, but that was the push to start reading it. This lead me to Buddhism as a font of great ideas, and informed a lot of my reading over the next decade.
I like to start at the foundation, so when I decided that I wanted to learn more about the read what he said . …'s teachings, I decided to just