I hope you had a good week. Mine was busy and full of moose facts. Let’s boogie.
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I got really into moose this week. As in, not the Perl library, but the animal itself. I started watching the TV show Alone and there was a swimming moose in it, and I went deep into moose facts. Every meeting and podcast I had this week included moose facts. If you hear a podcast episode in the future that I’m on and there’s a moose involved, it was probably recorded this week. Anyway, I wrote a blog summarizing my findings. MOOSE CAN DIVE, PEOPLE.
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Last week, I had you make a deep copy of a Linked List. It’s not easy doing these data structures, but it’s good to know! Great job Miguel, Sophie, Amine, Zoé, Ten, Rafael, Nicole, Ryan, and Hristiyan!
This week’s question:
Given a string that has a valid email address, write a function to hide the first part of the email (before the
@ sign), minus the first and last character. For extra credit, add a flag to hide the second part after the
@ sign to your function excluding the first character and the domain extension.
> hideEmail('firstname.lastname@example.org') > 'email@example.com' > hideEmail('firstname.lastname@example.org', hideFull) > 'e**********t@e******.co.uk'
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That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and don’t get too frustrated when things don’t work the first time!
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