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LeetCode #192: Word Frequency

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githubSetSSH.sh

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#!/bin/bash
#Changes the remote url from https to ssh.
#Only works for github, because I'd have to store a dictionary of every https to ssh url otherwise.
#Made using Bing Chat
# Get the remote URL from the console
REPO_URL=$(git config --get remote.origin.url)
# Check that REPO_URL contains https://github.com
if [[ $REPO_URL == *"https://github.com"* ]]; then
# Replace https with ssh in the URL
REPO_URL=${REPO_URL/https:\/\/github.com\//[email protected]:}
# Change the remote URL to the SSH version
git remote set-url origin "$REPO_URL"
else
echo "Error: REPO_URL does not contain https://github.com" >&2
exit 1
fi

Useful NVM Commands

CHS
0 likes • Mar 20, 2023 • 0 views
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// check version
node -v || node --version
// list installed versions of node (via nvm)
nvm ls
// install specific version of node
nvm install 6.9.2
// set default version of node
nvm alias default 6.9.2
// switch version of node
nvm use 6.9.1

credit.sh

0 likes • Oct 26, 2021 • 0 views
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#!/bin/bash
#Leif Messinger lsm0147
#credit.sh FILES
cred="Leif Messinger lsm0147"
for bruh; do
if [[ $bruh =~ \.cpp|\.c|\.java|\.js ]]; then
comment="//$cred"
else
#Basically everything else gets a pound sign comment
#Pound signs are standard across linux. bash, sed, gawk, python etc
#Speaking of which, I need to escape it because of that.
comment="\#$cred"
fi
if [ -s $bruh ]; then
#If the file has a shebang
if egrep -q '^#!/' $bruh; then
sed -i "/^\#!\//a$comment" $bruh
else
sed -i "1i$comment" $bruh
fi
else
echo "$comment" > $bruh
fi
done

makefileMaker.sh

0 likes • Mar 7, 2021 • 1 view
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#!/bin/bash
#makefileMaker.sh by Leif Messinger
#Needs getDependencies.sh
CC="gcc"
#I have no idea why it's called CXX when it's a c++ compiler
#I know that cpp is c pre processor, but still, why X?
CXX="g++"
CXXFLAGS="-std=c++17 -O2"
#CFLAGS="-std=c17"
LIBRARIES="$@"
#Vulkan Flags for me
#LIBRARIES="-lglfw -lvulkan -ldl -lpthread -lX11 -lXxf86vm -lXrandr -lXi"
function compileAllFiles(){
#output: bruh.o yeet.o
# CXX $CXXFLAGS bruh.o yeet.o -o output $LIBRARIES
echo -n "output:"
if compgen -G "*.cpp" &> /dev/null; then
for f in *.cpp; do
echo -n " ${f%.cpp}.o"
done
fi
if compgen -G "*.c" &> /dev/null; then
for f in *.c; do
echo -n " ${f%.c}.o"
done
fi
echo ""
if compgen -G "*.cpp" &> /dev/null; then
echo -e -n "\t$CXX $CXXFLAGS "
else
echo -e -n "\t$CC $CFLAGS "
fi
if compgen -G "*.cpp" &> /dev/null; then
for f in *.cpp; do
echo -n " ${f%.cpp}.o"
done
fi
if compgen -G "*.c" &> /dev/null; then
for f in *.c; do
echo -n " ${f%.c}.o"
done
fi
echo " -o output $LIBRARIES"
echo ""
}
function compileAllObjectFiles(){
#bruh.o: bruh.cpp yeet.h
# CXX $CXXFLAGS -c bruh.cpp $LIBRARIES
if compgen -G "*.cpp" &> /dev/null; then
for f in *.cpp; do
echo -n "${f%.cpp}.o: $f"
getDependencies.sh < $f
echo ""
echo -e "\t$CXX $CXXFLAGS -c $f"
echo ""
done
fi
#yeet.o: yeet.c
# CC $CFLAGS -c yeet.c $LIBRARIES
if compgen -G "*.c" &> /dev/null; then
for f in *.c; do
echo -n "${f%.c}.o: $f"
getDependencies.sh < $f
echo ""
echo -e "\t$CC $CFLAGS -c $f"
echo ""
done
fi
}
compileAllFiles
compileAllObjectFiles
#does not work on windows
echo "clean:"
echo -e "\trm -f -v *.o output"
echo ""
echo "run:"
echo -e "\t./output"
echo ""
echo "debug:"
if compgen -G "*.cpp" &> /dev/null; then
echo -e -n "\t$CXX $CXXFLAGS -g "
else
echo -e -n "\t$CC $CFLAGS -g "
fi
if compgen -G "*.cpp" &> /dev/null; then
for f in *.cpp; do
echo -n " ${f}"
done
fi
if compgen -G "*.c" &> /dev/null; then
for f in *.c; do
echo -n " ${f}"
done
fi
echo " $LIBRARIES -o output"
echo ""

NPM Workspaces Commands

CHS
0 likes • Aug 16, 2023 • 2 views
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# Run "test" script on all packages
npm run test --workspaces
# Tip - this also works:
npm run test -ws
----------------------------------------------------
# Runs "test" only on package-a
npm run test --workspace package-a
# Tip - this also works:
npm run test -w package-a
----------------------------------------------------
# Install `lodash` on `package-a`
npm install lodash --workspace package-a
# Install `tap` on `package-b` as a dev dependency
npm install tap --workspace package-b --save-dev
# Install `package-a` on `package-b`
npm install package-a --workspace package-b
# Install `eslint` in all packages
npm install eslint --workspaces

installVulkanUbuntu.sh

0 likes • Jul 16, 2023 • 2 views
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#!/bin/bash
sudo apt install build-essential vulkan-tools libvulkan-dev vulkan-validationlayers-dev spirv-tools libglfw3-dev libglm-dev libtinyobjloader-dev
#The rest of this downloads the Vulkan Tutorial project and its dependencies.
#Comment this out to keep going
exit
sudo apt install git cmake cmake-gui
sudo mkdir /usr/lib/stb
pushd /usr/lib/stb
sudo wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nothings/stb/master/stb_image.h
popd
cd ~/Documents
git clone https://github.com/Overv/VulkanTutorial.git
cd VulkanTutorial/code
cmake -S . -B build -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX:PATH="/usr/local" -DSTB_INCLUDEDIR:PATH="/usr/lib/stb"
cd build
make