> const today = new Date(2016, 7, 7)
undefined
> const tomorrow = new Date(2016, 7, 8)
undefined
> tomorrow >= today
true
> today <= tomorrow
true
> today == tomorrow
false
By winek, 2016-05-30 16:08:25
private readonly FooType _foo = new FooType();

/// <summary>
/// Gets the controller of this component
/// </summary>
private FooType Foo
{
    get
    {
        return _foo;
    }
}
By Anonymous, 2018-07-25 13:55:26
 if (!String.IsNullOrEmpty(Client.CLADDR1))
            {
                if (Client.CLADDR1 == "NULL")
                {
By Anonymous, 2017-06-29 12:33:24
reduc_ind = list(xrange(1, len(x.get_shape())))
By Anonymous, 2017-08-14 18:37:29
 private void EnableGPSAutoMatically() {
        GoogleApiClient googleApiClient = null;
        if (googleApiClient == null) {
            oogleApiClient = new GoogleApiClient.Builder(this)
                    .addApi(LocationServices.API).addConnectionCallbacks(this)
                    .addOnConnectionFailedListener(this).build();
            /* about 50 lines of code were here ... 
             * all depends on this if statement ... !
             * Actually the whole method depends on this if statement ! */
                    }
                }
            });
        }
}

what if that mysterious power change it to be not null !! It gonna be a holly object and You should not "new" it anymore ?! damn ... :)))

By Anonymous, 2018-03-28 11:31:15
this.onSubmit = this.onSubmit.bind(this)
this.onClose = this.onClose.bind(this)

somewhere in react-native app

By fluttershy, 2018-01-08 08:01:40
function clean(toClean, source){
	if (typeof(toClean) !== 'string') return true;
	if (typeof(source) !== 'string') return true;
	
	return source.replace(toClean, String('CLEANED')).toString();
}

Found this in a project at work and someone clearly doesn't trust JavaScripts typeof function

By Anonymous, 2018-06-02 22:09:57
#112 Go -30
if err != nil {
    return err
}
By the intelligentsia of /r/pcj, 2017-12-12 09:37:38
def __getCurlOutput (self, url, **kwargs):
	curlcmd = "curl {0}".format(url)

	for key, value in kwargs.items():
		key = key.lower()

		if key == "origin":
			curlcmd += " -H 'Origin: {0}'".format(value)
		elif key == "contenttype":
			curlcmd += " -H 'Content-Type: {0}'".format(value)
		elif key == "referer":
			curlcmd += " -H 'Referer: {0}'".format(value)
		elif key == "cookie":
			curlcmd += " -H 'Cookie: {0}'".format(value)
		elif key == "data":
			curlcmd += " --data '{0}'".format(value)
		elif key == "verbose":
			if value == True:
				curlcmd += " --verbose"
			else:
				curlcmd += " --silent"
		elif key == "output":
			curlcmd += " --output {0}".format(value)
		else:
			print "Unsupported key: {0}".format(key)

	curlcmd += " 2>&1"

	print curlcmd

	curlout = subprocess.check_output(curlcmd,shell=True)

	return curlout
By AnonimaPitoni, 2018-12-04 19:22:34
const allowed = {
    '1': true,
    '2': true,
    '3': true,
    '4': true,
    '5': true,
    '6': true,
    '7': true,
    '8': true,
    '9': true,
    '0': true,
    'ArrowLeft': true,
    'ArrowDown': true,
    'ArrowRight': true,
    'ArrowUp': true,
    'Backspace': true,
    '.': true,
}

const isValidInput = allowed[key]
By Anonymous, 2019-07-26 16:34:12
switch (kafkaStreams.state()) {
                case RUNNING: {
                    if (kafkaStreams.state().isRunning()) {
                        countDownLatch.countDown();
                    }
                }
                break;
By Anonymous, 2018-07-05 18:05:59
// powtierdzenie decyzji
function zapytaj(pytanie){
	if(confirm(pytanie)) return true
	else return false;
}
By first year student, 2018-10-02 21:30:46
> var x = 3;
> '5' + x - x
50
> '5' - x + x
5 // Because fuck math

JS is simply. Oh, wait...

By mademan, 2015-11-18 13:50:39
/// <summary>
/// Returns true if any component of of Vector3 v is negative
/// </summary>
public static bool Ext_IsNegative(this Vector3 v)
{
    return v.x < 0f && v.y < 0f && v.z < 0f;
}

Either the description is wrong or the method in itself

By SwagridOfficial, 2017-12-13 13:00:34


public static MyClass {
    private static volatile ProcessManager singleton = null;
    
    public static ProcessManager getInstance() throws Exception {
        if (singleton == null) {
            synchronized (MyClass.class) {
                if (singleton == null) {
                    singleton = new ProcessManager();
                }
            }
        }
        return singleton;
    }
}

The double-checking was invented prior to Java5.

The purpose is if the field isn't null, you don't have to synchronize. But since the java memory model specification was cleaned up and Synchronize/Volatile were given much better specification and semantics it is totally useless boilerplate that you should only write if you have to support Java4. There is a Google Tech Talk that covers this.

By cody, 2017-12-12 08:02:01