well that solved it for me, thanks very much @khaduch
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Hey everyone, I’m looking for some help with the Twitch TV API.
@adamayd - please post your question and we'll try to help
I made a function that successfully makes the xhr and returns JSON, but how do I do it for a list of users that doesn’t “overload” the API? Do I just map through the array of users calling the API in each iteration?
@adamayd - I think that that is what you have to do, unless they provide a method in the API for requesting multiple user's data in one shot? But most of the projects that I've looked at have used a for loop or forEach method and made a series of calls, one per user.
^ You have to iterate through the array and call the API
That sucks, I was hoping for the ability to call multiple users at once. The actual TwitchTV API allows it, but the glitch.me Twitch TV doesn’t or at least doesn’t follow the format of the Twitch API
Thanks @khaduch and Thanks @ezioda004
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There is a small space in between zero and decimal point
@Thayyebsalim when i test a calculator, a standard test i use is to use the calculator to input the calculation .1 + .2 = i expect the answer .3 without any other digits trailing.
Hello! Please help! I'm coding a calculator. I added keypress event listener and so it`s possible to use numpad keyboard. But you can also click the buttons directly with the mouse. The problem is that when you ress a numpad key after that the button is not more visible pressable. Why does this happens? https://codepen.io/Ivan041/pen/JMrBdX
@IvanKuzaev Your keypress handler adds the border-style:outset which overrides the .button:active CSS because it is on the element.
@IvanKuzaev Try this in your setTimeout to remove the inset style window[key]["style"]["border-style"] = "";
@sjames1958gm O, it works! Thank you very much! If I understand it right, keypress hander "overwrites" the style attriute on the fly and "hides" the button:active pseudo class. By the statement window[key]["style"]["border-style"] = "" we make that pseudo cass again visible. How simple is it!
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