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MongoDB Connection

0 likes • Oct 15, 2022 • 4 views
JavaScript
const MongoClient = require('mongodb').MongoClient;
const assert = require('assert');
// Connection URL
const url = 'mongodb://localhost:27017';
// Database Name
const dbName = 'myproject';
// Use connect method to connect to the server
MongoClient.connect(url, function(err, client) {
assert.equal(null, err);
console.log("Connected successfully to server");
const db = client.db(dbName);
client.close();
});

Convert data to yyyy mm dd format

0 likes • Nov 19, 2022 • 1 view
JavaScript
// `date` is a `Date` object
const formatYmd = date => date.toISOString().slice(0, 10);
// Example
formatYmd(new Date()); // 2020-05-06

retryPromise.js

0 likes • Oct 20, 2023 • 13 views
JavaScript
//Retries maxRetries number of times, meaning that if you have 0, then it'll run the function once.
async function retryPromise(promiseFn, maxRetries = 3, delayOffset = 0, delayRandomRange = 0) {
return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
promiseFn()
.then(resolve, (error) => { //On error
if (maxRetries <= 0) {
return reject(error);
} else {
if(delayRandomRange * Math.random() + delayOffset < 1.0){
return retryPromise(promiseFn, maxRetries - 1, delayOffset, delayRandomRange).then(resolve, reject);
}else{
return new Promise((resolveTwo, rejectTwo) => {
setTimeout(() => {
return retryPromise(promiseFn, maxRetries - 1, delayOffset, delayRandomRange).then(resolveTwo, rejectTwo);
}, delayRandomRange * Math.random() + delayOffset);
}).then(resolve, reject);
}
}
});
});
}
//Tests for that function.
//Returns a function that will fail numTimes times, then will return aValue
function functionThatReturnsAFunctionThatFailsACoupleTimes(numTimes, aValue){
return async function(){
if(numTimes == 0){
return aValue;
}
numTimes--;
throw false;
};
}
const SMALL_NUMBER = 10;
function testTest(failNumberOfTimes){
let functionThatFailsACoupleTimes = functionThatReturnsAFunctionThatFailsACoupleTimes(failNumberOfTimes, true);
//Test my test
for(let i = 0; i < (failNumberOfTimes * 2); ++i){
function evalTest(val){
let testTestFailedReason = "";
if(val === undefined){
testTestFailedReason = "Test test returned undefined for some reason.";
}
if((i + 1) > failNumberOfTimes){
if(val === true){
//We're good
}else{
testTestFailedReason = "Test test didn't return true when it should have.";
}
}else{
if(val === false){
//We're good
}else{
testTestFailedReason = "Test test didn't return false when it should have.";
}
}
testTestFailedReason = testTestFailedReason || "Test test passed test case";
console.log(testTestFailedReason, "at index", i, "where the function returned", val);
}
functionThatFailsACoupleTimes().then(evalTest, evalTest)
};
}
testTest(SMALL_NUMBER);
let testCaseCounter = 1;
const throwsNoError = [
(val)=>{
if(val == true){
console.log("Passed test case " + (testCaseCounter++));
}else{
console.error("Unexpected return value", val);
}
},
()=>{
console.error("It wasn't supposed to fail!")
}
]
const throwsError = [
(val)=>{
console.error("It wasn't supposed to succeed!", val);
},
(val)=>{
if(val == false){
console.log("Passed test case " + (testCaseCounter++));
}else{
console.error("Unexpected return value", val);
}
}
];
//Runs SMALL_NUMBER times, because SMALL_NUMBER - 1 is the number of retries after the first one
let functionThatFailsACoupleTimes = functionThatReturnsAFunctionThatFailsACoupleTimes(SMALL_NUMBER - 1, true);
retryPromise(functionThatFailsACoupleTimes, SMALL_NUMBER - 1).then(...throwsNoError)
functionThatFailsACoupleTimes = functionThatReturnsAFunctionThatFailsACoupleTimes(SMALL_NUMBER - 1, true);
//Runs SMALL_NUMBER - 1 times, because SMALL_NUMBER - 2 is the number of retries after the first one
retryPromise(functionThatFailsACoupleTimes, SMALL_NUMBER - 2).then(...throwsError)
//Testing the delay. You'll have to wait a bit too.
functionThatFailsACoupleTimes = functionThatReturnsAFunctionThatFailsACoupleTimes(SMALL_NUMBER - 1, true);
//Runs SMALL_NUMBER times, because SMALL_NUMBER - 1 is the number of retries after the first one
retryPromise(functionThatFailsACoupleTimes, SMALL_NUMBER - 1, 500, 500).then(...throwsNoError)
functionThatFailsACoupleTimes = functionThatReturnsAFunctionThatFailsACoupleTimes(SMALL_NUMBER - 1, true);
//Runs SMALL_NUMBER - 1 times, because SMALL_NUMBER - 2 is the number of retries after the first one
retryPromise(functionThatFailsACoupleTimes, SMALL_NUMBER - 2, 500, 500).then(...throwsError)

Responsive Bootstrap Card.Img

CHS
0 likes • Jan 25, 2023 • 3 views
JavaScript
const ResponsiveCardImg = styled(Card.Img)`
// For screens wider than 768px
@media(min-width: 768px) {
// Your responsive styles here.
}
// For screens smaller than 768px
@media(max-width: 768px) {
// Your responsive styles here.
}
`
export default function App() {
return (
<MainContainer>
<Container>
<Card text='white' bg='dark' style={styles.mainCard}>
<ResponsiveCardImg
style={styles.cardImage}
onClick={handleClick}
src={apeImage}
alt='Degenerate Ape Academy'
/>
<Card.Body>
<Card.Title className='text-center' as='h2'>
{apeId}
</Card.Title>
</Card.Body>
</Card>
</Container>
</MainContainer>
);
}

quick sort

0 likes • Nov 19, 2022 • 0 views
JavaScript
const quickSort = arr => {
const a = [...arr];
if (a.length < 2) return a;
const pivotIndex = Math.floor(arr.length / 2);
const pivot = a[pivotIndex];
const [lo, hi] = a.reduce(
(acc, val, i) => {
if (val < pivot || (val === pivot && i != pivotIndex)) {
acc[0].push(val);
} else if (val > pivot) {
acc[1].push(val);
}
return acc;
},
[[], []]
);
return [...quickSort(lo), pivot, ...quickSort(hi)];
};
quickSort([1, 6, 1, 5, 3, 2, 1, 4]); // [1, 1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]

Reverse a string in Java

0 likes • Nov 20, 2022 • 1 view
JavaScript
new StringBuilder(hi).reverse().toString()