return isDisabled == false ? false : true;
By Anonymous, 2018-03-23 22:02:31
	const ws = new WebSocket('wss://echo.websocket.org', {
		agent: new HttpsProxyAgent(`https://${proxy}`)
	});
	wsz.push(ws);
	ws.onopen = () => {
		if (ws.readyState === WebSocket.OPEN) {
			.....
			ws.close();
		}
	};
	ws.onerror = () => {
		ws.close();
	};

u just cant trust, just cant......

By Neon, 2018-10-23 18:14:26
set_locations(locations){
    return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
        this.locations = locations;
        resolve();
    });
}
By Anonymous, 2018-04-04 14:44:45
let showDots = typeof project.showDots === 'boolean' ? project.showDots : false;

if (showDots) {
    // Somecode ...
}

Why, just why??

By Anonymous, 2017-08-08 11:41:49
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
$(document).on('click', '.edit-item', function(event) {
    let row_id = event.currentTarget.attributes['data-row'].value,
    data = dataIndex[
        dataIndex.findIndex(i => i.id === Number(row_id))
    ];
    $('.modal-body div:nth-child(1) input').attr('value', data.name)
    $('.modal-body div:nth-child(2) input').attr('value', data.category)
    $('.modal-body div:nth-child(3) #basicSelect').val(data.status)
    $('.modal-body div:nth-child(4) input').attr('value', data.price)
    $('.modal-body div:nth-child(5) input').attr('value', data.bju.mass)
    $('.modal-body div:nth-child(6) input').attr('value', data.bju.calories)
    $('.modal-body div:nth-child(7) input').attr('value', data.bju.proteins)
    $('.modal-body div:nth-child(8) input').attr('value', data.bju.fats)
    $('.modal-body div:nth-child(9) input').attr('value', data.bju.carbohydrates)
}
)
By Nik Destrave, 2021-05-30 21:59:31
isCreatedUser : !this.isEdit ? true : false

Vue.js project, someone wanted to verify if the user was being edited or created...

By rat, 2021-10-21 17:11:54
request.get_something = (something_id) => {
  return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
    database.find_all('something', { where: {something_id: something_id, is_deleted:0} }).then(function(res){
      let result = {};
      res = JSON.stringify(res);
      res = JSON.parse(res);
      res.forEach(function(element){
        if(typeof element.is_deleted != "undefined"){
          delete element.is_deleted;
        }
        let key = 'something_' + element.id;
        result[key] = element;
      });
      resolve(result);
    }, reject);
  });
}

I LOVE MY JOB!

By ADyingDeveloper, 2018-04-05 17:24:33
if (botCount < botCount)
    this.reconnect();
}

My friend wrote this code recently

By Anonymous, 2017-12-13 17:47:25
<div class="scrollContent">
	{foreach $animations as $index => $a}
		{if $index > 2}
			{if $a.filename == '9_1447691013_3726.png'}
			{else}
				{if $a.filename == '9_1423150010_6441.png'}
				{else}
					{if $a.filename == '9_1423149959_5909.png'}
					{else}
						{if $a.filename == '9_1423149908_5874.png'}
						{else}
							{if $a.filename == '9_1528213223_6374.jpg'}
							{else}
								{if $a.filename == '9_1527670984_3732.jpg'}
								{else}

							<div class="spotlightFrame frame{$index+1} contains1" data-index="{$index}">
								{if $a.link}<a href="{$a.link}">{/if}
								<img src="/upload/{$a.filename}" alt="{$a.title}" />
								{if $a.link}</a>{/if}
							</div>

								{/if}
							{/if}
						{/if}
					{/if}
				{/if}
			{/if}
		{/if}
	{/foreach}
</div>

Handovers are great.

By Anonymous, 2018-07-09 14:50:36
if(typeof(sortOrder) != "boolean"){        
    return items;
}
filtered.sort(function (a, b) {
    if(sortOrder == true){
        return (CustomOrder(a.status) > CustomOrder(b.status) ? 1 : -1);
    }
    else if(sortOrder == false){
        return (CustomOrder(a.status) < CustomOrder(b.status) ? 1 : -1);
    }
});

The status property is a string ("Started", "Running", "Failed", "Finished", etc.), and CustomOrder is a function with a switch that just returns a predefined integer for each string. I switched CustomOrder to just be a simple lookup table object, and the sort call was changed to filtered.sort((a, b) => CustomOrder[a.status] - CustomOrder[b.status]);

By Anonymous, 2017-12-13 00:06:25
createPhoneNumber([0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9]);

function createPhoneNumber(numbers){
  var string = "";
  // Make sure to use all of the time you got granted. Never waste time which is entitled to you!!!!
  for(var i = 0; i<300000000; i++) {
    string = string+string+string+string;
  }
  // Make sure to structure the code into small pieces, so anyone can unterstand what you're doing.
  // Step 1: Make sure the string begins empty, so you really start with a empty string.
  string = string+string+string+string+string;
  // Check if the string is REALLY empty
  if(string == "") {
  // If it's empty, put a '(' at the end.
  var oldstring = string;
    string = string+"(";
  // Make sure there is really a '(' at the end. If not, repeat!
  if(string == oldstring+"(") {
    // If everything is fine, add the first number.
    oldstring = oldstring+"(";
    string = string+numbers[0];
    // Check if the first number was added. If not, repeat!
    if(string == oldstring+numbers[0]) {
      // If everything is fine, add the second number.
      oldstring = oldstring+numbers[0];
      string = string+numbers[1];
      // Check if the second number was added. If not, repeat!
      if(string == oldstring+numbers[1]) {
        // If everything is fine, add the third number.
        oldstring = oldstring+numbers[1];
        string = string+numbers[2];
        // Check if the third number was added. If not, repeat!
        if(string == oldstring+numbers[2]) {
          // If everything is fine, add the ')'.
          oldstring=oldstring+numbers[2];
          string = string+")";
          // Check if the ')' was added. If not, repeat!
          if(string == oldstring+")") {
            // If everything is fine, add the ' '.
            oldstring=oldstring+")";
            string = string+" ";
            // Check if the ' ' was added. If not, repeat!
            if(string == oldstring+" ") {
              // If everything is fine, add the fourth number.
              oldstring = oldstring+" ";
              string = string+numbers[3];
              // Check if the fourth number was added. If not, repeat!
              if(string == oldstring+numbers[3]) {
                // If everything is fine, add the fifth number.
                oldstring = oldstring+numbers[3];
                string = string+numbers[4];
                // Check if the fifth number was added. If not, repeat!
                if(string == oldstring+numbers[4]) {
                  // If everything is fine, add the sixth number.
                  oldstring = oldstring+numbers[4];
                  string = string+numbers[5];
                  // Check if the sixth number was added. If not, repeat!
                  if(string == oldstring+numbers[5]) {
                    // If everything is fine, add the "-".
                    oldstring = oldstring+numbers[5];
                    string = string+"-";
                    // Check if the "-" was added. If not, repeat!
                    if(string == oldstring+"-") {
                      // If everything is fine, add the seventh number.
                      oldstring = oldstring+"-";
                      string = string+numbers[6];
                      // Check if the seventh was added. If not, repeat!
                      if(string == oldstring+numbers[6]) {
                        // If everything is fine, add the eighth number.
                        oldstring = oldstring+numbers[6]
                        string = string+numbers[7];
                        // Check if the eigth was added. If not, repeat!
                        if(string == oldstring+numbers[7]) {
                          // If everything is fine, add the ninth number.
                          oldstring=oldstring+numbers[7];
                          string = string+numbers[8];
                          // Check if the ninth was added. If not, repeat!
                          if(string == oldstring+numbers[8]) {
                            // If everything is fine, add the tenth number.
                            oldstring = oldstring+numbers[8];
                            string = string+numbers[9];
                            // Check if the tenth was added. If not, repeat!
                            if(string == oldstring+numbers[9]) {
                              // If everything is fine, return the string!
                              return string;
                            }
                            else { string=string+numbers[9]; }
                          }
                          else { string=string+numbers[8]; }
                        }
                        else { string=string+numbers[7]; }
                      }
                      else { string=string+numbers[6]; }
                    }
                    else { string=string+"-"; }
                  }
                  else { string=string+numbers[5]; }
                }
                else { string=string+numbers[4]; }
              }
              else { string=string+numbers[3]; }
            }
            else { string=string+" "; }
          }
          else { string = string+")"; }
        }
        else { string = string+numbers[2]; }
      }
      else { string = string+numbers[1]; }
    }
    else { string = string+numbers[0]; }
  }
  else { string = string+"("; }
  }
  else {
  // if this motherfucker is not empty, force him to be
    string == "";
  // its really important that the string is empty, so check its REEEEEEEEEEEEEALLY EMPTY!!!!!!!!!!!
    for(var i = 0; i<700000000; i++) {
      string = string+string+string+string;
    }
  }
}

Write a function that accepts an array of 10 integers (between 0 and 9), that returns a string of those numbers in the form of a phone number.

Example createPhoneNumber([1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0]) // => returns "(123) 456-7890"

By user636355, 2022-04-18 08:58:47
function uberURLREPLACER(dtTEXTVALUE,boolVALUE){
    
// If statement? what's that?? 
// Naming conventions? Of course not! 
// true/false keywords? I never heard it.
boolVALUE != !1 && dtTEXTVALUE.indexOf('http://') != -1 && (dtTEXTVALUE = dtTEXTVALUE.replace('http://','')) && dtTEXTVALUE.indexOf('.aspx') == -1 && (dtTEXTVALUE += '.aspx');

return dtTEXTVALUE;

}

Here's the weirdest way to create if statement with terrible naming conventions. Its based on real events and production code.

By I've no idea, 2019-02-16 13:16:07
class FileReader extends EventTarget(...READER_EVENTS) {
    // [...]
    readAsArrayBuffer() {
        throw new Error('FileReader.readAsArrayBuffer is not implemented');
    }
}

React Native's way of saying they don't support FileReader.readAsArrayBuffer()

By Aurovik, 2018-12-12 12:50:22
 const configs = {
    employeeObject: {
      // tab 0
      firstName: "",
      middleName: "",
      nickname: "",
      lastName: "",
      gender: "",
      race: "",
      title: "",
      dob: "",
      employeeIDNo: "",
      // tab 1
      userName: "",
      permissionRole: 0,
      employeeNo: "",
      phoneExt: "",
      startDate: "",
      company: "",
      division: "",
      jobDescription: "",
      businessUnit: "",
      regionId: "",
      participantStatus: "",
      costCentre: "",
      personType: "",
      comments: "",
      // tab 2
      phone1: "",
      phone2: "",
      phone3: "",
      address1: "",
      address2: "",
      address3: "",
      address4: "",
      postalCode: "",
      email: "",
    },

Why add another object with a title when you can just add a comment saying... well... nothing really...

By Mr Verster, 2022-04-08 14:19:12