Clojure: creating a date-time object for the JDBC

I created my PostgreSQL table with a column: updated_at timestamp(0) with time zone I’m using clojure.java-time but I can’t create a string (or should be an object?) to set the current date-time. I tried with: (time/format “yyyy-MM-dd HH:ss” (time/local-date-time)) and with that string I tried: (db/update-answer! {:updated_at “2019-12-25 14:08”, :id 102, :answer “Foo”} but the…

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How to get rows that doesn’t have values start with specific pattern in a pipe delimited file?

I am trying to get only the rows that don’t have values start with a certain patterns. Input file (test_file.txt) USER1|AR-45233| USER4|AR-32133| USER1|45232| USER1|AF-45233| USER2|AR-12321| SYSTEM1|A9-12312| USER1|AP-67655| Expected output (test_filtered.txt) USER1|45232| SYSTEM1|A9-12312| I tried this and it appears to be working. Is there a better way to achieve the same? awk -F “|” ‘{if ($2!~/AP-/…

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Empty string syntax inside vimrc defined via nix home-manager

I want to use home-manager to declare my vim configuration inside a nix-expression with the extraConfig option. I’m trying to run the example .vimrc configuration from coc.nvim and one line reads: set statusline^=%{coc#status()}%{get(b:,’coc_current_function’,”)} Inside a minimal home.nix I set it like this: { config, pkgs, … }: { # Let Home Manager install and manage…

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