Classification of patterns of usage aka “Shapes”
Sounds very pompous. But it seems it is not and it is very useful to understand how to use
dbj.condeffectively. Just click on the image to jump to
For the ones wondering why would anybody think of
if-then-else , I might suggest to start from Wikipedia introduction to the issue.
There are 2 NPM packages one GitHub project and one JSFiddle so far.
Is know much streamlined. Secondary comparator is introduced and so on. Please start from its NPM page.
Release V 4.0.0 (23JAN18) has the core algorithm rewritten. And improved.
API: dbj.cond.strcmp() and dbj.cond.reset() have been added.
Previously bundled with dbj.cond. Now separated and highly functional NPM module.
Is an ongoing effort to collect tests and examples showing and proving the validity and usefulness of
dbj.cond() , and the concepts behind.
dbj.cond in the browser
Thanks to RAWGIT we are able to provide easy no-fuss permalinks to the latest up-to-date files
[ps2id id=’dbj_cond_permalink’ target=”/]dbj.cond permalink
[ps2id id=’dbj_cond_comparators_permalink’ target=”/]dbj.cond.comparators permalink
JSFiddle, using the above links, for quick testing in the browser of your choice is here
Of course, please do not blame me, or any body not you if faced with Content Security Policy issues.