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  |15=Would you like to write a themed short story every week? [[WednesdayChallenge]] could be for you.
 
  |15=Would you like to write a themed short story every week? [[WednesdayChallenge]] could be for you.
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  |16=How good is your memory? Could you write about pnut.io's [[History]]?
 
  |17=Is everyone is welcome here. [x] Do we behave like adults? [.]
 
  |17=Is everyone is welcome here. [x] Do we behave like adults? [.]
 
  |18=Do you like bees? Peanuts? Android? Apple? You're welcome here.
 
  |18=Do you like bees? Peanuts? Android? Apple? You're welcome here.

Revision as of 21:28, 15 October 2017


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Initial release. Current status: Random edits in progress!
Developed originally for the ADN Wiki, and intended to generate a pithy or useful quotation every day of the month. Useful, pnut-specific facts would be nice to show on the Main Page.

Quotation-Of-The-Day

For the pnut.io Wiki, of course.
A live example:


pnut of the day:
The pnut.io Wiki has pages that need work.



It uses code like the following, the middle is removed for brevity:

{{#switch: {{CURRENTDAY}}
 |0=Something went wrong. Bend over.
 |1=What's happening? [[Events|This is.]]
 ...
 |31=The pnut.io Wiki has [[ToDo|pages that need work.]]
 |32=Something went wrong. Hands up!
}}

The 'switch' command uses a system variable 'CURRENTDAY' and looks through a list of entries starting with a "|" and a number which corresponds to the CURRENTDAY of the month. '0' and '32' are superfluous.