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abishek/README.md

Abishek Goda

Hey there! While you are here, feel free to look around my repos. A good portion of it is unfinished code 😄

Preferred Programming Languages

  • Common Lisp
  • Python
  • Clojure

Useless Stuff About Me

  • Monkey brained. It's sometimes difficult to follow along - even for myself
  • Obsessed with information. Not an info-geek though.
  • Hate the news. I've "detoxed" from news over the last few years
  • Want to be creative. But my motor functions don't agree. So when I draw, I see art - you'll see scribbles
  • Loves earth shades. Hates strong colours
  • Mild mannered. Slow to thank, fast to apologise
  • My strongest opinion is to not have an opinion. What's true today could very well be taboo tomorrow and probably was yesterday.

Pinned

  1. Fishbone Diagrams using D3JS in Angular 12

    TypeScript 2 1

  2. notebooks Public

    All my python notebooks for whatever little ml and nlp I do.

    Jupyter Notebook

  3. Cows and Bulls - a wordle style number game.

    HTML

  4. 1
    (defun split-sentence-to-words (sentence)
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      (let ((word '()))
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        (loop for ch across sentence
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              if (member ch '(#\space #\tab #\,))
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                collect (coerce (reverse word) 'string) into words and do (setf word '())
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    (defun load-env (pathname)
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      (with-open-file (stream pathname)
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        (read-env stream)))
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    (defun read-env (stream)

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