rockcavera

rockcavera

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rockcavera commented on a Page, Download methods  -  Aug 30, 2017

My dear, the final ticks of the example "XMLHTTPRequest" are wrong.

This is because although you avoid code evolution with $($ticks, 0), in the course of the code, .timer, successive calls, the $ ticks an hour to pass as identifier and turns just number.

The actual response time for both examples is pretty much the same.

Do the test.

Put a: "set -l% ticks $ticks" at the beginning of the on signal and print it at the end for you to see.

Hugs.

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rockcavera created a Page  -  Mar 30, 2017
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Updated: 22/04/2017

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rockcavera commented on a Page, mIRC $base64()  -  Feb 14, 2017

Hi, Arigateaux.

Your code is not 100% correct as it allows bits not to be converted when the input bytes length is not divisible by 3.

If you want to use base64 without the special character "=", use: $remove($encode(text,m),=)

rockcavera created a Page  -  Feb 13, 2017
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This snippet decodes the html entities hexadecimal, decimal and named (& #xHHHH; & #DDDDD; &NAME;). Does not remove html tags.

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rockcavera created a Page  -  Feb 10, 2017
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This snippet preserves the control codes (bold, italic, underline, reverse, color and plain) of the text wrapped, something the $wrap does not do. Its use is identical to the identifier $wrap.

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