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bash/readme.md

Hi there 👋

  • 🔭 I’m currently working on Funcky
  • 🧑‍💻 I enjoy coding in C# and Rust
  • 😄 Pronouns: they/them or he/him

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  1. Funcky is a Functional Library for C#

    C# 17 3

  2. broccolini Public

    A non-destructive parser for INI files compatible with `GetPrivateProfileString`

    C# 1 1

  3. A source generator that generates Match methods for all your discriminated unions needs.

    C# 6 1

  4. 1
    ## Resources
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    ### [Additional MSBuild SDKs](https://github.com/microsoft/MSBuildSdks)
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    * [Microsoft.Build.NoTargets](https://github.com/microsoft/MSBuildSdks/tree/master/src/NoTargets)
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      for building a project that produces no assembly
  5. Generates unicode fractions. Example: ⁻¹⁷⁄₈

    Rust 1

  6. vector Public

    Vector implementation that stores items of any type

    C 3

1,160 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

November 2022

Created 1 repository
Opened 14 pull requests in 5 repositories
polyadic/funcky 5 merged 1 open
polyadic/funcky-discriminated-union 3 merged
messerli-informatik-ag/temp-directory 2 merged
polyadic/funcky-efcore 2 merged
messerli-informatik-ag/test-utility 1 merged
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
polyadic/funcky-discriminated-union 1 pull request
Opened 2 issues in 2 repositories
polyadic/funcky-discriminated-union 1 closed
polyadic/funcky 1 open
16 contributions in private repositories Nov 2 – Nov 21

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