If you are already working with code then I recommend Visual Studio Code since it has an excellent built-in diff tool. Visual Studio Code is a pretty good code editor in its own right so I think it's a good app to have installed along with your other development tools. I use it to work on miscellaneous projects outside of my main IDE.
To use its compare ...
Conversion, then pipe to bc
You could remove any commas before handing input to bc via command-line.
For example use sed, then | (speak "pipe") to bc
Just strip off the unwanted comma characters by a regex substitution:
$ echo '123,456.78 * 100' | sed 's/,//g' | bc
As executable script:
echo 'Input bc expression (...
You can do the job on just about any platform using python and opencv - python should already be installed on your mac.
A very nice write up on how to do this is available in the pyimagesearch blog here.
The linked example, which includes quite a bit of additional code & comments to show the intermediate steps, uses just 75 lines of python to:
Load the ...
Quod Libet has the ability to run on multiple platforms (MacOS, Linux, Windows,etc)
It is free and open source
It can play local files e.g. mp3, flac
Music can be organised by playlists, and drag and drop tracks easily. You can also import/export playlists.
It also has a powerful search facility, and can sort/filter by title, album, artist, year etc. You ...
I would reccommend cantata.
It should do all the things you are looking for:
A graphical (Qt5) client for MPD, supporting the following features:
Supports Linux, macOS, Windows, and Haiku. NOTE: Only Linux actively supported as of 2.3.3
Multiple MPD collections.
Highly customisable layout.
Songs (optionally) grouped by album in play queue.
Context view to ...
You can check out Presentify app for macOS. It puts a full circle or a ring around your cursor for better visibility. It has click animations. You can even customize the look and feel of the ring/circle like color, opacity, size, etc.
Disclosure: I am the developer of this app.
The recomendations made by @cris (accepted Answer) are great.
Especially Teamviewer is great for use in non-commercial mode. If you use it for commercial tech support it can feel a bit pricey (this depends on where you live).
We´ve used Logmein and it's also great but as far as I can tell you do need to use a paid subcription.
I would also suggest SupRemo ...