I have looked at similar questions and answers and have not found an answer that directly addresses my question. I am struggling to understand how to use Maybe or Eitheror Monads in conjunction with piping functions. I want to pipe functions togeth...
I'm trying to write two files and some more text to a response. The code below does however only return the first file and the "Thats all!" text.  var http = require('http'),     util = require('util'),     fs   = require(...
I am trying to implement a solution where by using PhantomJS a web location is open evaluated and the output is saved to a file for processing. Specifically the scanning for malicious scripts. I have been able to implement the solution using PhantomJ...
I'm trying to develop a pipe for replacing specific keywords with proper strings. In order to have a clean structure for this pipe, I'm trying to store my keywords and string in another file and here's the code:  import { Injectable } fro...
I use Angular CLI 6 , angularfire2 and firebase.  I want to compare two dates: StartDate and EndDate.  In English, if the month and year of start date = month and year of EndDate then do not display End Date.  I try this :  component.html :   <mat...
I am trying to create a more robust capitalize pipe in my Angular app. Initially the capitalize pipe I had was only needed to capitalize single words. Now I have a situation where there can be multiple words. This is what my pipe now looks like to ha...
I am trying to understand this example about using streams in Node from docs.nodejitsu.com.   var child = require('child_process');   var myREPL = child.spawn('node');   myREPL.stdout.pipe(process.stdout, { end: false });   process.st...
I want to check if the file in the pipe is .js or not (it could be .map, .html, ...). And if so, uglifying it before copying it in the correct path.  ? •??•?) I've try something like this (which not working):  gulpfile.js  gulp.src(current +...
What I want to make? $(arguments).sample(function(){ return this; })   a selector like above mentioned and then prototype it with a function named sample and in that call a function if users use 'this'; that should return the arguments object...
Suppose I have a program foo:  #include <iostream>  int main() {   std::cout << "a1" << std::endl;   std::cerr << "b2" << std::endl;   std::cout << "c3" << std::endl;   return 0; } ent...

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