Message from JavaScript discussions

September 2017

— Winner!

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Final verdict is I don't need the custom implementation. shift/pop are far superior for the number of elements I expect to be in the array

— Https://www.measurethat.net/Benchmarks/Show/1831/3/array-stackqueue-vs-custom-stackqueue

— Better, still not as fast as I'd like

— Https://www.measurethat.net/Benchmarks/Show/1832/3/array-stackqueue-vs-custom-stackqueue-2

— Yo boys

— Any advice on a jsonp micro package on npm?

— I need just a request

— Wat

— Lol

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const fizzbuzz = (end = 100, i = 1, result = []) =>
i <= end
? fizzbuzz(end, i + 1, [
...result,
((i % 3 === 0
? 'Fizz'
: '') +
(i % 5 === 0
? 'Buzz'
: '')) || i
])
: result;

fizzbuzz().map(x =>
console.log(x));

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