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A keyboard- or mouse-navigated dropdown menu for a text field or other input method. Runs on jQuery.

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This code can compare a string to a wildcard, such as "a*c" which would match "abc" or "abbbbbc" or "afiefaififeanfnc" but not "aaa". It can also match "a?c" to "abc" or "a7c" but not "azzc".

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A simple Python script that generates an array containing any numbers of the Fibonacci sequence based on their integer indices. Can also accept negative integers. If the correct parameter is specified, it will return the array as a string instead.

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XKCD Comic; memory and pointers

You can basically say that everything a computer reads and does is stored as memory. Whether's it's RAM (random-access memory) that a program is currently using, or part of the ROM (read-only memory), the computer is using memory.

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OOP (Object-Oriented Programming) is arguably one of the most important things in programming (besides the obvious basics: if statements, math, etc.). It allows you to create multiple objects of the same type that can have operations performed on them without having to use functions in the program-scope.

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