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Written by Dali Kewara who lives and works as Backend Developer—building useful and unexpected things—in Indonesia. Interested in #art, #writing, and #journey. His life motto is "Make it simple but Spectacular!".

## Articles tagged with javascript...


vcmrefunc, This Is How To Repeat A Process Correctly

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Check out vcmrefunc's latest documentation at https://github.com/dalikewara/vcmrefunc

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The right way to repeat a process

This module helps you to repeat a process again after it completely executed. You can specify a condition to stop the repetition immediately by giving a command …

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vcmcemtex, Deal With Banks Transaction File Format

Check out vcmcemtex's latest documentation at https://github.com/dalikewara/vcmcemtex

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An universal & customable cemtext generator for batch transactions

Cemtext file format is a format used by banks to allow for batch transactions. Some bank have adopted this format by default, but each others can have a different format …

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vcmloop, Loop Massive Data With No Worry

Check out vcmloop's latest documentation at https://github.com/dalikewara/vcmloop

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An interval-based looping method for massive data

Doing simple looping basicly doesn't have big impact to your RAM/CPU resource, but, it will if you performing heavy looping with massive data, for example 100k data or > 1m data …

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vcmpad, a String Padding Generator

Check out vcmpad's latest documentation at https://github.com/dalikewara/vcmpad

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Fast, lightweight, and customable string padding generator

String padding generator with custom Left/Right-Padding style. It allows you to generate string padding format such as LPS (Left Padding Space), LPZ (Left Padding Zero), RPS (Right Padding Space), and …

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