Message from JavaScript discussions

November 2020

— You *could* hack it to error at runtime I suppose

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Https://www.typescriptlang.org/play?#code/IYIwzgLgTsDGEAJYBthjAgggg3gWACgBISYCAS1gQHMBTRcgEwDFzblGAKASgC4EArgDsA1kID2AdyG5CRIhAAWUKQiG1JCACoBPAA60AolBVROAcgBy4hgFs9yWrdpCItRue4BuOQF85pBRUYOLOALL0iuJc3LLERLDiQpAITKzsjAgAvAhK5GAAdGlsHD7xicnijgXI4tScxRnefoT+BIQoaBgAQgi0AB5uQowY2PjEgZSpLCWZOQBEAgJM82VthN0FIeGR0TxlQA

— Something like this?

— That helps alot

— Thanks for that

— Https://djaytechdiary.com/build-and-publish-your-first-npm-package

— Validating emails was not a good example choice.
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/201323

— None of them r good by the way

— Also this is just an demo of building and publishing npm packages

— Thank you ☺️☺️

— Yes, but using a wrong regex is surely going to get some nerd (like me! hi) complaining about RFC compliance

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— Np