Andomar

Netherlands

Age: 42

I'm a software developer at a telco supporting line-of-business applications. We use a variety of technologies from ASP.NET to Perl. I've come to appreciate SQL more over time, and I now spend most of my time in the database.

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comment splitting a list of arbitrary size into only roughly N-equal parts
Useful, nitpick: fails if n > len(l), added a special case for that, if len(l) < n: return [[x] for x in l]
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awarded Enlightened
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comment SQL: Merge Date Ranges
@AlessandroRossi: I've tested your input and it works fine: returns 2-17 and 18-19 as the merged ranges
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awarded Citizen Patrol
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comment Rollback the inner transaction of nested transaction
@Endemic: Thanks, you're right! I've updated the answer.
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revised Rollback the inner transaction of nested transaction
added 1 character in body
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31
comment Reverse history search in bash followed by arrow keys causes cursor to display at the wrong location
Works great if you enclose only the non-printing sequences in \[ and \] (so you need multiple groups of these block quotes)
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awarded database-design
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