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    # Angular CLI Team
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    Charles Lyding <******@****.***>
        Charles Lyding <******@****.***> <******@****.***>
    Filipe Silva <******@****.***>
    Mike Brocchi <******@****.***>
    Alan Agius <******@****.***>
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  2. CHANGELOG.md

    | -- | -- |
    | [615353022](https://github.com/angular/angular-cli/commit/61535302204a2a767f85053b7efaa6ac5ac64098) | fix(@angular-devkit/build-webpack): emit result when webpack is closed |
    ## Special Thanks:
    Alan Agius, Charles Lyding, Joey Perrott and originalfrostig
    
    
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    # 12.1.4 (2021-07-28)
    ### @angular/cli
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  3. CODING_STANDARDS.md

    # Angular Material Coding Standards
    
    
    ## Code style
    
    The [Google JavaScript Style Guide](https://google.github.io/styleguide/jsguide.html) is the
    basis for our coding style, with additional guidance here where that style guide is not aligned with
    ES6 or TypeScript.
    
    ## Coding practices
    
    ### General
    
    #### Write useful comments
    Comments that explain what some block of code does are nice; they can tell you something in less
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  4. examples/decomposition/plot_sparse_coding.py

    """
    ===========================================
    Sparse coding with a precomputed dictionary
    ===========================================
    
    Transform a signal as a sparse combination of Ricker wavelets. This example
    visually compares different sparse coding methods using the
    :class:`~sklearn.decomposition.SparseCoder` estimator. The Ricker (also known
    as Mexican hat or the second derivative of a Gaussian) is not a particularly
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  5. CODING_STANDARDS.md

    # PHP coding standards
    
    This file lists standards that any programmer adding or changing code in
    PHP should follow. The code base does not yet fully follow it, but new
    features are going in that general direction. Many sections have been
    rewritten to comply with these rules.
    
    ## Code implementation
    
    1. Document your code in source files and the manual. (tm)
    
    2. Functions that are given pointers to resources should not free them.
    
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  6. contents/coding-signals.md

    ---
    id: coding-signals
    title: Coding Signals
    ---
    
    The point of interviews is for interviewers to extract signals from certain candidate behaviors. In coding interviews, the signals can be broadly classified into the following categories: Problem Solving, Technical Competency, Testing, and Communication.
    
    When interviewers take down interview feedback, these are likely what is on their feedback sheet.
    
    ## Problem solving
    
    #### Understanding the problem
    
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  7. docs/development/coding-style.md

    # Coding Style
    
    These are the style guidelines for coding in Electron.
    
    You can run `npm run lint` to show any style issues detected by `cpplint` and
    `eslint`.
    
    ## General Code
    
    * End files with a newline.
    * Place requires in the following order:
      * Built in Node Modules (such as `path`)
      * Built in Electron Modules (such as `ipc`, `app`)
      * Local Modules (using relative paths)
    * Place class properties in the following order:
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  9. pipenv/patched/notpip/_internal/utils/typing.py

        if MYPY_CHECK_RUNNING:
            from typing import ...
    
    Ref: https://github.com/python/mypy/issues/3216
    """
    
    MYPY_CHECK_RUNNING = False
    
    
    if MYPY_CHECK_RUNNING:
        from typing import cast
    else:
        # typing's cast() is needed at runtime, but we don't want to import typing.
        # Thus, we use a dummy no-op version, which we tell mypy to ignore.
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  10. src/questions/coding-questions.md

    ---
    title: Coding Questions
    layout: layouts/page.njk
    permalink: /questions/coding-questions/index.html
    ---
    
    Question: What is the value of `foo`?
    ```javascript
    var foo = 10 + '20';
    ```
    
    Question: What will be the output of the code below?
    ```javascript
    console.log(0.1 + 0.2 == 0.3);
    ```
    
    Question: How would you make this work?
    ```javascript
    add(2, 5); // 7
    add(2)(5); // 7
    ```
    
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