Message from JavaScript discussions

September 2017

— For when memory access fails


All running functions will be generators using yield to give control back to a scheduler, and get events

— Generators already get a heap to store data in their scope, but can also use a memory stack through the MMU, which maps virtual address space to real address space. IE 0x00000000 for X application is not actually at memory location 0, but rather the beginning of it's allocated stack

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— I am writing that MMU, crazy stuff for JS

— All of it will run in Electron with Supervisor and User modes, along with their own memory spaces, seperated by an IPC socket through the kernel

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— I might implement a bit-mapped graphics output... maybe

— Probably a fullscreen HTML5 canvas or something

— Wtf?

— Wouldn't it be better to implement that in any other language?

— I mean, I'm no expert, but that sounds like a bite too big for JS lol

— Hello everyone, please i just started learning js so i am going through a video by net ninja on node.js... but when i run this code to create a directory and also create a file write.txt in it containing the content from the read.txt file it is just not showing anything in the new directory i created.. What could have gone wrong???
var fs = require('fs');

fs.mkdirSync('stuff', function(){
fs.readFile('read.txt', 'utf8', function(err, data){
fs.writeFile('./stuff/write.txt', data);

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— Remove "Sync"?