simple-bash-scripts | A collection of simple Bash scripts | Script Programming library

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simple-bash-scripts is a Shell library typically used in Programming Style, Script Programming applications. simple-bash-scripts has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

A collection of simple Bash scripts.

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              simple-bash-scripts has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 1383 star(s) with 842 fork(s). There are 53 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              There are 1 open issues and 6 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 1 days. There are 3 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of simple-bash-scripts is current.

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              simple-bash-scripts has no bugs reported.

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              simple-bash-scripts has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              Installation instructions are available. Examples and code snippets are not available.

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            Community Discussions


            How to remove common words in a paragraph phrased using python
            Asked 2022-Mar-19 at 17:11

            I need a way to remove the common words within the above phrased content of a webpage. how to integrate such method.

            third_headers = ' '.join([r.text for r in soup.find_all('h3')]) third_headers

            I got an Output - 'HTML and CSS Data Analytics XML Tutorials JavaScript Programming Server Side Web Building Data Analytics XML Tutorials HTML CSS JavaScript Programming Server Side XML Character Sets Exercises Quizzes Courses Certificates Example Example Explained'

            Need a new output without common words ( common words removed using from a common word corpus)



            Answered 2022-Mar-19 at 17:11

            Assuming we have a corpus of common words in a list called CORPUS:



            Whats up with eval()?
            Asked 2022-Mar-03 at 02:38

            I've seen a lot about how the eval() function is evil; not a wise choice for HTML/JavaScript programming. I would like to use a function where I can pass in a string to have it read as a variable name, and eval() seems to do just that, but I don't want to use a destructive function.

            From what I understand, the issue with eval() is that it can read third-party input as actual code, which opens a door for malicious activity. I have a map element that keeps track of location using strings for the location names. I also have large blocks of text assigned to variables so I can pull up a description of the current location easily. This seems like an acceptable time to use eval, as the strings that I would be passing in would be provided by other parts of the code. Is this a fair judgement, or is there some other function that I should be using?



            Answered 2022-Mar-03 at 02:27

            (Moving my comment as an answer)

            An easy way to get around that is to save whatever variable you're interested in accessing in a javascript Object (i.e. key-value pairs), and access them via indexing. This simple use case doesn't need eval.



            ReferenceError: document is not defined (JavaScript in VS Code)
            Asked 2022-Mar-02 at 10:36

            Im learning JS. Found a good video "JavaScript Programming - Full Course" and stucked at the 2nd part where I need to use DOM. I have the HTML document, in i refered to the JS file. Other stuff working well, but this:

            let messageEL = document.getElementById("message-el")

            Always get this error:

            ReferenceError: document is not defined

            I installed live server, and it works one time, than stops.

            What can I do, to fix this? Do I need to download some extension? Please tell me the solution as simple as u can Im at the beginning of the learning path.

            This is the code and the error



            Answered 2022-Mar-02 at 10:36

            In your screenshot, you're attempting to run the script using Node.js (the server-side JavaScript executable).

            Since you say you're running live-server, you should be looking at your browser instead, not trying to run your code via Node.



            What does "Convert overload list to single signature" mean?
            Asked 2022-Feb-25 at 22:49

            I am still learning some basics of javascript programming (and programming in general).

            In my Angular Firebase project, I get the following typescript error (or rather proposed change in visual studio code, i.e. the lightbulb icon):

            Convert overload list to single signature

            It is referring to the following code:



            Answered 2022-Feb-25 at 22:49

            In TypeScript, an overload refers to a function that can accept different types of parameters and return different types of values. For example, from the handbook, you could have



            How do I simplify this onclick function code?
            Asked 2022-Jan-13 at 16:03

            Just finished going through Head Start JavaScript Programming, figured I'd take a swing at building a "to-do" app from scratch. I've managed to get the following code to perform "correctly", but it is obviously super repetitive. My intention is to have text from an input field and dropdown to be logged together in a "to-do" list. Input field being the task and the dropdown providing a category/priority level. All suggestions/corrections would be deeply appreciated.



            Answered 2022-Jan-13 at 16:03

            You could try something like this:

            Replace your lists with a table, this allows you to utilize the table structure in two ways. 1. easy alignment ability and 2. access to a heading and a body .

            Next create an onclick function that that first captures the values just like you have before then creates a newItem that is a just a template literal with the proper table structure and uses the values you just saved.

            Finally you just append the new item before the end of the table body.



            Javascript delay not working. Tried too many things
            Asked 2021-Nov-21 at 07:55

            I am new with JavaScript programming. I am making a program for deaf and blind children community. It is text to display Letters program. It split text and show image on screen.

            How it works:

            HTML and JavaScript base program. Input sentence taken from user. JavaScript split it and send relevant image name to HTML for display.


            It shows all images at once without delay. When I use alert() it shows all images are being displayed. 3rd day going on I tried to implement delay timebase substraction or settimeout but not working. Perhaps I am doing something wrong. I need community help to fix this.

            Code: ...


            Answered 2021-Nov-21 at 07:33

            setTimeout is async so that's probably the reason it did not work. To make it work, you can do something like this



            npm is complaining about imports outside modules. What does that mean?
            Asked 2021-Jul-07 at 20:22

            As a personal project, I am trying to learn some basic javascript programming by implementing an online version of the card game "Great Dalmuti".

            Right now, I'm trying to implement some basic elements from the game using TDD. You can see the current state of my code at:

            The issue that I am having is with the statement:



            Answered 2021-Jul-07 at 20:22

            Node cannot execute import and export statements natively. There are 2-3 ways to do it as you said in the post itself, like 1) change extension to mjs, 2) change package.json to make project a module. I think you are not able to use that properly because you are running test cases.

            So, the best thing for you would be to add babel support to your repository.



            How to format the date with month/day/year from Sun May 04 1980 00:00:00 GMT+0500 (Pakistan Standard Time) in nodejs javascript mysql
            Asked 2021-Jun-07 at 12:10

            This is the code of the main page like in the screenshot. Using mysql to get that data, it is a CRUD application with nodejs, express, mysql and bootstrap. Don't know how to format the date to (month/day/year) instead of (Sun May 04 1980 00:00:00 GMT+0500 (Pakistan Standard Time)). Please help. New to javascript programming, so i am struggling :(



            Answered 2021-Jun-07 at 12:10

            You can update the Date format in your SQL query while fetching values. Simply mention the required date format and pass the value to your view engine.



            Working with strings in C, strcat and the strange behavior of terminating null! (#beginner)
            Asked 2021-Jun-04 at 10:06

            I'm coming over from PHP, Ruby and JavaScript programming and I'm really finding my self at loss with C language, and in particular, regarding manipulating strings.

            Getting to the bottom of it, I want to get an input from the user and store a text file with that name; However, everything happens but that. To be exact, as far as I could figure it out on my own, it is the terminating null that translates into � character.

            Here is a standalone bug example:



            Answered 2021-Jun-04 at 10:06

            char filename[8]; does not initialize the array, so there is no guarantee that it contains any zero bytes. You must initialize array to zero by using = {} or = "".

            Also, 4 bytes is not enough to store ".txt" or "2020". You need 5 bytes so that you can also store the terminator, so char frmt[5] = ".txt";.



            Strange "mouse:over" behavior after changing object attributes (left, top, radius etc.) via numeric input
            Asked 2021-Apr-27 at 16:05

            I am fairly new to JavaScript programming and FabricJS (I've only been learning both of them for about a month now) so please bear with me.

            I am trying to use FabricJS to create a user interface which should basically function as described below:

            1. User creates a new circle object
            2. User selects the created circle object
            3. User is able to modify the selected object using the bounding box (as per usual)
            4. Upon selecting the circle object, a sidebar positioned next to the canvas is updated dynamically with the parameters of the selected object (in this case the X (left), Y (top) and radius parameters). To do this, the user would need to enter the new desired values in the input boxes on the right hand side and click on the "Update" button afterwards.

            This is handled by a switch case as such:



            Answered 2021-Apr-27 at 16:05

            When using a value from an input you need to use parseInt() to convert the value from a string to an integer.


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            Install simple-bash-scripts

   get a simple output
   execute more than one command in a script
   a simple but very much interactive script
   draw a diamond pattern with dots(.)
   read lines from a file using while loop
   display a menu for system information
   a repeated menu for system information
   print a spinner loader
   provide you with the output of several colours
   convert data either from the file or standard input to lowercase
   move up a directory in shell script
   list files in a directory
   print out the line number of each file in current directory
   create unique file/folder automatically with date and time stamp
   print ramdom emojis
   a simple pomodoro app written in bash


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