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[17:00:18] arup_r: hey all.. how r you?
[17:01:13] arup_r: from 500+ to just 180+ people.. ? Where people are moving? 😟
[17:03:51] arup_r: clone some existing apps
[17:06:22] arup_r: mimic something
[17:06:56] arup_r: but before that... I would suggest to read some decent book.. rails guide is just a demo :)
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[15:18:40] arup_r: I have some guids from twitter feed. I would like to compare the guid like which one is bigger. Those values are like "1024009734402256896" and "999729751781724165". If I do compare them by converting them to integer using `.to_i` like "1024009734402256896".to_i > "999729751781724165".to_i will there be a problem? As the numbers are keep growing.
[15:19:31] arup_r: if so, what will be the safest approach?
[15:24:07] arup_r: anyone here? :)
[15:31:02] arup_r: well. say in future "1024009734402256896" becomes "102400973440225689684848484848484444", and if I do call .to_i on it, I hope it will not break .
[15:31:12] arup_r: that is what my concern..
[15:34:11] arup_r: this is where I do the comparisons https://gist.github.com/aruprakshit/db9715720e1ca5554bf131967e33701a#file-tweet-rb-L38
[15:36:27] arup_r: ok.. so .to_i is safe then? :)
[15:37:30] arup_r: ok. thanks z64.

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[19:07:50] arup_r: I want to make my model Room as polymorphic instead of keeping 2 Fks like drywall_id, paint_id etc. Can anyone suggest me a good name for this please? https://gist.github.com/aruprakshit/5a981a404fa8dad192a92a2430f4987c

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[09:27:24] arup_r: How are you all? :)

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[12:42:15] arup_r: dachi: I just read it.. still not get the problem.. :)
[12:42:54] arup_r: Are you requesting image blob over api?
[12:46:50] arup_r: Hm.. Did you see network tab if server sent correct data?
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[10:56:08] arup_r: I have an array of string which looks like https://gist.github.com/aruprakshit/ae1449102a6fe6f156fd1860c99be290#file-array-txt . How do I implement sort logic for this?
[11:03:25] arup_r: tobiasvl: yeah, the question is very vauge indeed. ignore me.
[11:03:54] arup_r: I am trying to solve it by myself.
[11:13:59] arup_r: it can be others too .. Are you from Germany? :)
[11:15:53] arup_r: what about those space or '-' ?
[11:16:58] arup_r: hm. that is what I was thinking to do too
[11:17:07] arup_r: thanks for your time sonOfRa
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[11:23:23] arup_r: sonOfRa: as the values comes from DB, I am going to try this https://stackoverflow.com/a/7019086/2767755 . I think this will work.
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[13:11:20] arup_r: I want to match if a string contains upper case, lower case, and numeric characters. What I tried http://rubular.com/r/vHGcQmx3l7 is wrong. What is the correct regex ?
[13:15:26] arup_r: hm I want the string will contain only a-zA-Z0-9 nothing else
[13:16:15] arup_r: right.. thanks phaul http://rubular.com/r/CU9TNBRvn8

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[15:33:14] arup_r: from 500 we are now 252 -_-
[15:33:35] arup_r: Hi DaniG2k

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[14:32:32] arup_r: I am parsing a csv file with `foreach` method. Is there a neat way to skip say first 4 lines always?
[14:35:09] arup_r: apeiros: is this a good approach https://stackoverflow.com/a/29954414/2767755 ?
[14:35:16] arup_r: apeiros: ok I will check what you said
[14:42:11] arup_r: ok can u tell me the difference between 4 lines and 4 rows in CSV? Just want to teach myself what they mean. :)
[14:45:51] arup_r: yea got your point
[14:50:15] arup_r: yes foreach returns enumerator
[14:54:20] arup_r: apeiros: ok I fixed it https://gist.github.com/aruprakshit/afdfcdd14257c5b0259ed7bb8f23342b