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November 2017

— I've been on LiveEdu, I kind of prefer to prepare the material instead of just doing it live. Besides, managing YouTube channel is easier.

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Purpose, for now - growing the channel and accumulating more people with similar interests. Obviously I have long-running plans for monetisation, but on a later phase. Now not in a scope.

— Got it working :)

— I decided to only use quotation mark delimited CSV format, even though there are lots without them

— I never knew there was not an official spec

— And I just realized... I could just do a split by \n and then

var rowString = "[" + csvRow + "]";
var rowArray = JSON.parse(rowString);

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— Https://gist.github.com/Floofies/8d83b0375afb39ab4a1848f5455039c8

— Now the LR(1) parser... Uses that function internally, and then does some extra steps... It rips out the whole first row (the column head) and the first element of each row (row head)

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— Heh, there really isn't, it's madness

— Also, excel parses equations if they start with = in csvs

— In the parse table, there will not be letters in the column head, only numbers

— They equate to the UTF-16 decimal of characters