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Given one or more paragraphs, and your job is to create an clean excerpt, subject to a maximum of 45 characters, including spaces. Then append an ellipsis (...) for the excerpt to make sense to the user.
For example, consider the following (please ignore the quote in this case):
"A set of words that is complete in itself, typically containing a subject and predicate, conveying a statement, question, exclamation, or command, and consisting of a main clause and sometimes one or more subordinate clauses."
An excerpt of 45 characters, including spaces:
"A set of words that is complete in itself, ty..."
The excerpt is good but we want the last word to be at least 3 characters long. That is, "typ" instead of "ty". It can be more than 3 characters though.
So, if that condition is not true, then we want to remove the last word ("ty") from the excerpt. In this case, we should have the following as excerpt:
"A set of words that is complete in itself,...".
As a bonus, you can also remove the comma, in this case to make thing even cleaner. Make sure your excerpt doesn't end with a comma before appending the ellipsis.
"A set of words that is complete in itself..."
How would you implement the above in your language. Sorry if the explanation is not clear. It's just for fun!
Can one suggest a better way to view a directory of HTML files?
npm i -g serve cd path/to/directory serve
Open a browser, CTRL + V and Enter
Loads the index.html file just like a web server will. All assets are served correctly, correctly linked images are not broken.
And who says, "Backend guys job is easier than frontend guys"?
Does the person say it out of unconsciousness?
Does he realize for every endpoint there is at least 3 calls to them with varying inputs?
Does he know that those inputs have to be validated before being saved into the database?
How could he think that authorization is the same as authentication?
User roles are different and actions are to be checked against them, does he have an idea of how much logic goes into that?
Does he know how much thought is put into the data to return and how they should be consistent across endpoints?
I did React/Vue the whole of the past year, I know the pains of frontend guys as well.
Just don't come to mention that YOU the frontend guys experience more difficulty than the backend guys.
Only understand, as much as a UI design could be wacky, if you don't know how to you can not produce one-tenth of the quality.
Everyone's job is unique and takes so much effort from each of us to get them done.
Don't judge from the outside, dip in your two feet, then come to tell us about your experience.
Machine Learning o
All na BABA for their lane.
Kudos to the guys that strive to be better while respecting other peoples job. Keep up the good work, your voice will soon echo around the globe, just a factor of time.
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