Form Validation Using JavaScript's Constraint Validation API

Solving Wordle with Z3

Penny Codes

Issue #150

1/12/2022

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Form Validation Using JavaScript's Constraint Validation API

Published: 10 January 2022
Tags: html


Although not the typical style of deep-dive, in this article Craig Buckler thoroughly covers all aspects of form validation using only built-in HTML features.


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Solving Wordle with Z3

Published: 10 January 2022
Tags: z3


SMT solvers are great, because you can use them to programmatically solve problems most people try to solve with their brains. In this article, Hassan Farooq explains how you can implement your own SMT solver for Wordle using Z3.


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Penny Codes

Published: 12 January 2022
Tags: data structures


A Penny code "represents the extended connectivity environment around an individual atom within a molecular graph". In this informative article, Richard L. Apodaca presents what a Penny code is and how it can be represented/computed via data structures.


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