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June 2018

— I’d recommend my algorithm but the production release is too outdated and the master branch has a stupid bug exactly just in that one algorithm, lol

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— I made bookstore app in angular . each books description has one button at the end add to library or remove from library. So before displaying any books description I do check if that book(object) is available in array of books(array of objects) which I already have added in library. If its present in array I display remove from library button or vice versa.


Probably this isn't best approach to make something like that but my whole code ain't less than pile of shit so I just decided to compare two objects 🙈

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— You should probably store some book IDs and just compare those

— But I use data stored in those objects to render page so that I don't have to make api calls again and again :3

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— Store IDs in the objects too

— Yeah thats what I did :D
Instead of comparing whole objects I am comparing ids only

— Great

— Thanks m8

— Yo whats up, what a misery, Firefox + Tor == Ftorfox? why dont they just fix the debugger😪