const newReply = (reply !== null) ? reply : null;
By foxy, 2018-06-04 21:19:27
const Discord = require("discord.js");
const bot = new Discord.Client();
const TOKEN = "NOPE"
var color = require('chalk');
var fs = require('fs');

bot.on("ready", function(message) {
    console.log(color.green("Online"))
})
bot.on("message", function(message){
    console.log("Channel:" + color.blue(message.channel) + " " + "Author:" + color.blue(message.author) + " " + "Message:" + color.blue(message.content))
    if (message.content.includes("uranium") || message.content == "Uranium" || message.content == "uranium" || message.content.includes("uranium")) {
        console.log(color.black.yellow("Message Flagged As Suspicous"))
        console.log(color.black.yellow("Contains: Uranium"))
        console.log(color.black.bgYellow("Message:" + message.content))
        console.log(color.black.bgYellow("Message Id:" + message.id))
        console.log(color.black.bgYellow("Author Id:" + message.author.id))
        console.log(color.black.bgYellow("Channel Id:" + message.channel.id))
        console.log(color.yellow("Severity:" + "1"))
        var alertsev1 =  `Message + Id: + ${message.id} + | + Author + Id: + ${message.author.id} + | + Message + Channel Id: ${message.channel.id} + | + Message: + ${message.content}` 
        fs.writeFile('alerts.txt', `${alertsev2}`)
    }
    if (message.content.includes("raid") || message.content.includes("Raid")) {
        console.log(color.black.red("Message Flagged As Suspicous"))
        console.log(color.black.red("Contains: Raid"))
        console.log(color.black.bgRed("Message:" + message.content))
        console.log(color.black.bgRed("Message Id:" + message.id))
        console.log(color.black.bgRed("Author Id:" + message.author.id))
        console.log(color.black.bgRed("Channel Id:" + message.channel.id))
        console.log(color.black.red("Severity:" + "2"))
        var alertsev2 =  `Message + Id: + ${message.id} + | + Author + Id: + ${message.author.id} + | + Message + Channel Id: ${message.channel.id} + | + Message: + ${message.content}` 
        fs.writeFile('alerts.txt', `${alertsev2}`)
    }
    if (message.content.includes("raid") && message.content.includes("uranium") || message.content.includes("raid") && message.content.includes("Uranium") || message.content.includes("raid") && message.content.includes("uranium") || message.content.includes("Raid") && message.content.includes("uranium") || message.content.includes("Raid")) {
        console.log(color.black.red("Message Flagged As Possible Raid Initiation"))
        console.log(color.black.red("Contains: Raid, Uranium"))
        console.log(color.black.bgRed("Message:" + message.content))
        console.log(color.black.bgRed("Message Id:" + message.id))
        console.log(color.black.bgRed("Author Id:" + message.author.id))
        console.log(color.black.bgRed("Channel Id:" + message.channel.id))
        console.log(color.black.red("Severity:" + "3"))
        var alertsev3 =  `Message + Id: + ${message.id} + | + Author + Id: + ${message.author.id} + | + Message + Channel Id: ${message.channel.id} + | + Message: + ${message.content}` 
        fs.writeFile('alerts.txt', `${alertsev3}`)
    }
})
bot.login(TOKEN)

I'm making a discord message logger but I want to output message.content message.author message.id message.channel.id into one text file everytime a message is sent in the following format: Message ID:(Id here) Message Author: (Author ID here) Channel ID: (Channel ID here) Message: (message here) ive tried with the following code but it printed undefined out into the text document

By JackThePug, 2019-03-16 22:31:03
private HashMap<String, Tuple6<float[], String[], String[], String[], String[], String>> memberNameChangedToProtectTheInnocent = null;
By Anonymous, 2017-12-12 12:13:22
 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
string AllPDF = "";
int CountPDF = 0;
AllPDF = txtInput.Text;
string[] AllPDF2 = AllPDF.Split(';');
List<string> PDF = new List<string>();
PDF.AddRange(AllPDF2);
while (PDF.Count != CountPDF)
{
    File.Delete(AllPDF2[0 + CountPDF] + ".pdf");
	CountPDF++;
}

I believe, there are so many easier ways to do that

By Anonymous, 2018-03-27 12:15:10
(this.router.state['view']['data'] || {})['menuOpen'] && this.router.navigateBack();

That's how pros are javascripting

By Igor, 2017-07-06 04:00:05
if student_id:
    assignments = Assignment.objects.filter(week__in=weeks)

    unenrolled_students = Wave.objects.filter(week__in=weeks).values_list('unenrolled_students', flat=True)

    # Construct responses based on assignment type
    Assignment.build_assignments_for_weeks(responses, assignments, students, unenrolled_students)
    max_num_assessments = Assessment.build_assessments_for_weeks(responses)
    Comment.build_comments_for_weeks(responses, weeks, students, unenrolled_students)

elif wave_id:
    assignments = Assignment.objects.filter(week__in=weeks)

    unenrolled_students = Wave.objects.filter(week__in=weeks).values_list('unenrolled_students', flat=True)

    # Construct responses based on assignment type
    Assignment.build_assignments_for_weeks(responses, assignments, students, unenrolled_students)
    max_num_assessments = Assessment.build_assessments_for_weeks(responses)
    Comment.build_comments_for_weeks(responses, weeks, students, unenrolled_students)

else:
    # can't happen
    pass
By Anonymous, 2018-03-23 12:46:10
reduc_ind = list(xrange(1, len(x.get_shape())))
By Anonymous, 2017-08-14 18:37:29
function renderGroupSelectedSuccessors() {
    var index = 0;
    if (tempSuccessorsGroupsList != null && tempSuccessorsGroupsList.length > 0) {
        var groups = tempSuccessorsGroupsList.splice(0, PageSettings.lazyRenderItemsPerPage);
        var groupSuccessors = '';
        for (var i = 0; i < groups.length; i++) {
            if (index % 10 == 0) {
                groupSuccessors += '<div style="float: left;"><ul>';
            }
            groupSuccessors += '<li><a data-groupid="'+groups[i].GroupID+'">' + groups[i].GroupName + '</a></li>';            
            index++;
            if (index % 10 == 0 || i == groups.length - 1) {
                groupSuccessors += '</ul></div>';
            }
        }
        $('#divGroupSuccessorsList').append(groupSuccessors);
        SetCheckBoxState();
        setTimeout(renderGroupSelectedSuccessors, 50);
    }
}

Where does the data come from? Where does it go? Why isn't this an endless recursive loop? Why has this worked for three years?

By Anonymous, 2019-05-10 13:20:47
function IsNumeric(sText) {
    var ValidChars = "0123456789.";
    var IsNumber = true;
    var Char;
    for (i = 0; i < sText.length && IsNumber == true; i++) {
        Char = sText.charAt(i);
        if (ValidChars.indexOf(Char) == -1) {
            IsNumber = false;
        }
    }
    return IsNumber;
}

So I suppose that "........" is a valid number...

By L, 2019-07-10 16:05:03
// IsFooBar being a boolean, we check if it's different from true and from false
if (x.IsFooBar != true && x.IsFooBar != false)
{
    return "error";
}

x.IsFooBar is juste a regular bool

By A senior developer, 2018-05-14 14:46:14
/// <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
$number = int(1);
By Richard Chipper, 2017-12-14 08:22:23
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
public class MandateData {

    public final UUID coreId;
    public final UUID accountId;
    public final String accountRef;
    public final String creditorId;
    public final String creditorName;
    public final String debtorFirstName;
    public final String debtorLastName;
    public final String branchCode;
    public final String accountNumber;
    public final LocalDate signingDate;
    public final Address debtorAddress;

    private MandateData(UUID coreId, UUID accountId, String accountRef, String creditorId, String creditorName, String branchCode, String accountNumber, String debtorFirstName, String debtorLastName,
                        LocalDate signingDate, Address debtorAddress) {
        this.coreId = coreId;
        this.accountId = accountId;
        this.accountRef = accountRef;
        this.creditorId = creditorId;
        this.creditorName = creditorName;
        this.debtorFirstName = debtorFirstName;
        this.debtorLastName = debtorLastName;
        this.branchCode = branchCode;
        this.accountNumber = accountNumber;
        this.signingDate = signingDate;
        this.debtorAddress = debtorAddress;
    }

    public static MandateData creationMandateData(UUID coreId, UUID accountId, String accountRef, String creditorId, String creditorName, String branchCode, String accountNumber, String debtorFirstName, String debtorLastName,
                                                  LocalDate signingDate, Address debtorAddress) {
        return new MandateData(coreId, accountId, accountRef, creditorId, creditorName, branchCode, accountNumber, debtorFirstName, debtorLastName, signingDate, debtorAddress);
    }
}

There is an ancient and mysterious legend about public static constructor, called createShit. If anyone want's just to create an instance of Shit be aware of it! This is too obvious! just Implement static method with the exactly the same fields, and make constructor private. Don't write a shit!

By Anonymous, 2018-06-07 13:03:44