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awarded  Disciplined
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comment Does a Shomer help for Eating before Lighting?
@sam So ask it!
Dec
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awarded  Socratic
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asked Does a Shomer help for Eating before Lighting?
Dec
15
comment Making a bracha on food which is normally assur, but allowed due to pikuach nefesh
"(Are there any cases where you bentch but don't say the earlier b'racha, after all?)" - Actually Bentching is in its own category in many cases because it is mandated on the Torah level (דאורייתא). Not saying anything about this case though (still didn't do any research), but just pointing it out...
Dec
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answered Should a bracha be made on stolen food?
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revised What's the law of Bittul and powdered milk?
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comment Jewish Android Apps
@Shokhet As do I. I wonder if I know you too?
Dec
11
revised How far can I back up in a bracha?
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awarded  blessing
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revised How far can I back up in a bracha?
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awarded  Autobiographer
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answered How far can I back up in a bracha?
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9
asked Why do the mothers break the plate?
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comment Hebrew Calender API/Library in PHP or Javascript to add days, month or years to Julian date
My code also assumes that Nisan == 1. The problem is that the year doesn't start at 1, it starts at 7. So if we take (y/m/d) 5773/6/1 and add 1 we get 5773/7/1. Which is not correct! It should be 5774/7/1. Does your code handle this?
Dec
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comment Hebrew Calender API/Library in PHP or Javascript to add days, month or years to Julian date
@Scimonster My answer is assuming he has such functions (his question seemed to be emphasizing the need to calculate time differences as opposed to the actual conversion. I therefore assumed he already had such functions).
Dec
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comment Hebrew Calender API/Library in PHP or Javascript to add days, month or years to Julian date
So how does the library know if I want Tishri of this year or the next?
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comment Hebrew Calender API/Library in PHP or Javascript to add days, month or years to Julian date
@Scimonster Is that sarcasm I detect?
Dec
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comment Hebrew Calender API/Library in PHP or Javascript to add days, month or years to Julian date
Nice library. But don't you still need to account for wrapping years like I did in my answer?