Message from JavaScript discussions

July 2017

— I can't say for sure, sorry, it was just a hypothesis

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If the order you see in that JSON response doesn't match the order of your data structure, that means either your data structure is naturally unordered, or the JSON parser has a bug or is missing a flag of some sort. I don't know any more than that.

— Alright

— Python is very similar to JS in many ways actually

— Is it? I only used it once to make a procedural serial comm driver with pySerial and an INI file.

— Would connect to however many serial ports you want, then start a linear loop to send data over each one on an interval

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— Basic toy :p

— Https://npmjs.com/package/serialport

— It has generators, ternary expressions, closures, first class functions, etc

— You can in almost all cases do a 1:1 conversion

— It also has this cool thing called generator expressions

— Which behaves the same as map + optional filter