Mixing 2 Array Objects Included Dictionary Object by Javascript

Gists This is a sample script for combining and mixing 2 objects. Each object is an array which included a dictionary type. When the key of the dictionary object is the same, the values are mixed. This can be also used for Google Apps Script. Input var obj1 = [ {"key1": ["value1a1", "value1a2"]}, {"key1": ["value1aa1", "value1aa2"]}, {"key2": ["value2a1", "value2a2"]}, {"key3": ["value3a1", "value3a2"]}, ]; var obj2 = [ {"key1": ["value1b1", "value1b2"]}, {"key3": ["value3b1", "value3b2"]}, {"key3": ["value3bb1", "value3bb2"]}, {"key4": ["value4b1", "value4b2"]}, ]; Output [ {"key1": ["value1a1", "value1a2", "value1b1", "value1b2", "value1aa1", "value1aa2"]}, {"key2": ["value2a1", "value2a2"]}, {"key3": ["value3a1", "value3a2", "value3b1", "value3b2", "value3bb1", "value3bb2"]}, {"key4": ["value4b1", "value4b2"]} ] Sample script : Javascript : function mixture(obj1, obj2) { Array.

Removing Duplicated Values in Array using CoffeeScript

Gists This sample script is for removing duplicated values in array using CoffeeScript. ar = ["a", "b", "c", "a", "c"] res = ar.filter (e, i, s) -> s.indexOf(e) is i console.log res >>> [ 'a', 'b', 'c' ] The result which was compiled by CoffeeScript is as follows. var ar, res; ar = ["a", "b", "c", "a", "c"]; res = ar.filter(function(e, i, s) { return s.indexOf(e) === i; }); console.

CLI Tool - ggsrun

Overview This is a CLI tool to execute Google Apps Script (GAS) on a terminal. Motivation Will you want to develop GAS using CoffeeScript on your local PC? Generally, when we develop GAS, we have to login to Google using own browser and develop it using Javascript on the Script Editor. Recently, I have wanted to have more convenient local-environment for developing GAS. So I created this “ggsrun”. The detail information and how to get this are https://github.

Flattening Nested Array using CoffeeScript

This sample flattens a nested array using CoffeeScript. flatten = (array) -> array.reduce(((x, y) -> if Array.isArray(y) then x.concat(flatten(y)) else x.concat(y)), []) console.log flatten [1, [2, 3, [4, 5]], 6, [7, [8, [9], 10] ,11 , 12], 13] >>> [ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 ]


I may be slow a bit, but I could notice much convenience of CoffeeScript just now. I didn’t know that scripts of GAS can be made by CoffeeScript up until now. This will have me work more effectively! :D