Basically the difference between emails and chat apps is just emails are open to public to send and receive messages, where chat apps requires confirmation to establish connections between 2 parties. Almost like one is for public use and the other is for private use.
What if there is an app to simply group these 2 functionalities together. Oh right, that's just my fucking operating system, isn't it.
I wonder if it is possible to whitelist addresses instead of blacklist email addresses I don't wanna see. @protonmail
This migth be useful for anti-social people like me, although it slightly defeats the purpose of an email.
Most social media like applications, on the client-side, conform to structure with user, post and comment tables. Ideally it is possible to have a super generic client app that works for any social media related activities. The only differential is the URLs or maybe the sign-up process to its server-side. What if we can start with some assumption about a unified user sign up/in process... Then it is possible to have a app that works for all and any social apps.
actually this: ((^\d+,?\d+)(\d+$))|(^\d?\d?$)
Actually the regex should be like this:
Apparently, in India, only the trailing 3 digits will be delimited by a comma, the leading or middle digits are delimited in a group of 2.
That is also different from the Chinese or Japanese system, where financial number can be delimited by the count of 4 each.
I must share this with everyone.
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