Message from JavaScript discussions

January 2019

— 😅

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decrypt = (s) ->
###
words = s.split '32-'
###
for a,i in words
# decrypt word
b = ''
while (j = a.indexOf '0') != -1
# bite chunk
k = parseInt a.substring 0, j
a = a.substring j
# decrypt char
b += letter[k]
# replace
words[i] = b
###
return words.join ' '

— Not tested

— Just stop

— It can stop if you say resolve(-1);🤤

— Encoding flow control as numbers and booleans is insane

— Wtf, wouldn't it be resolve(false) ?

— False repeats

— Like recursion

— What does true do then?

— Resumes to the next "monad"

— No no no