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Examples and Examplar methods now reconciled!

On 18 August 2016 9:37:32 pm by Pharo Weekly
Hi all I implemented the <examplar> to behave as suggested by Torsten in thread more than a year ago if I got it correctly and it is available in less than 5 min (I loved it). An examplar is JUST a class method returning an instance. For e...

Q/A about Unicode

On 17 August 2016 3:34:38 pm by Pharo Weekly
I've also discovered 'Unicode project' thread on dev-list, but would like to get some pointer about the current (5.0 <= Pharo < 6) state of affairs in regard writing multi-language-capable and Unicode-aware apps in Pharo? For the translati...

NeoCSV at Work :)

On 9 August 2016 7:26:03 pm by Pharo Weekly
Hi, I know a lot of people are interested in (public) datasets (to use as examples). The website https://numeracy.co contains a (small) number of interesting ones. Here is how to access them using NeoCSV. (NeoCSVReader on: 'https://numeracy.co/sta...

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