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November 2018

— They are polyfills for js spread operator or Object.assign

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Hi guys,
I'm need help you for this problem about reverse tokenize and sorting to normal.
I'm struggle at sorting.
for detail screnario pseudo-code is :

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1. value input is string (var words = "how are you").
2. count using reverse loops, start from end length (result = "uoy era woh")
3. check using if else base on delimeter.
4. sorting to normal output (expectation result = "how are you")
5. draw output as tokenize :
["how", "are, "you"];
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for detail my code is below :
https://hastebin.com/zojejoxate.js

— I have no idea what 3 means

— Why do you reverse twice?

— Alright, actually expectation output is ["how", "are", "you"] but on the process I should use reverse loops, and restore the the result from reverse using sorting.

I'm only testing for exercise.

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function reverse(str) {
return str.split('').reverse().join('');
}

function tokenize(str) {
const reversed = reverse(str); // 2
const normal = reverse(reversed); // 4
const result = normal.split(' '); // 3 and 5?
return result;
}

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— Sorting doesn't make sense at all

— Thanks, Thomas for the insight.
I'm will trying your code.
yes, maybe the sorting doesn't make sense at all. but I believe with sorting can restore the text to normal but I didn't find out. 😊

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