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Old 11-23-2004, 01:54 AM   #121
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...i must admit, i've never seen it...




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Old 11-23-2004, 02:03 AM   #122
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ah... venice.


ah... pascal, i had to write a game with that POS in college.
i did a space invaders type of game, with sounds and everything!
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Old 11-23-2004, 02:17 AM   #123
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Flibble, elseif has no space, you didn't define the integers and i is usually followed by a capital letter, ie, iSpam.

Otherwise, the rest is total crap.

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Old 11-23-2004, 04:24 AM   #124
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*shrug*
pascal is too restrictive for my liking... and i don't like that most usefull things are procedure instead of functions, so you have to write 10 lines were you only have to write 1 in c...
*shrug*
but that's maybe just me...
maybe you could code the things you do absolutely need as functions on your own?? or simply code a function with the 10 lines in it? hm. maybe that's just me.. ;D

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...and i really, really don't like basic...
really, I started with basic on a atari800xe when i was like 10 and it was the only possibility i had, except for directly coding it in hex code. it wasnt about "like it or not", it was "to code or not to code". i'd like to thank basic for the good time i had until the amiga came to show me that speed is *non existent* without assembler.

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O_o?

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drmccoy@Tchibo:~$ dict venice
From WordNet (r) 2.0 [wn]:

  Venice
       n : the provincial capital of Veneto; built on 118 islands
           within a lagoon in the Gulf of Venice; has canals instead
           of streets; one of Italy's major ports and a famous
           tourist attraction [syn: {Venezia}]
drmccoy@Tchibo:~$
*points* NO TICKET!!


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Old 11-23-2004, 06:01 AM   #125
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[...] i is usually followed by a capital letter, ie, iSpam.
...brrr, who uses hungarian notian anyway?

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maybe you could code the things you do absolutely need as functions on your own?? or simply code a function with the 10 lines in it? hm. maybe that's just me.. ;D
...no, i mean many built in procedure are like "procedure blah(ModifiesThisVariable, Argument)", whereas in c it's like "char *blah(UsesThisVariable, Argument)", so that you can write many such function in each other in one line, like "var = blah1(blah2(crap(foo, baz), bar), b)"...

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really, I started with basic on a atari800xe [...]
...well, i started on a 386 with gwbasic when i was 8... but i moved on and i don't consider it a "real" programming language...




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Old 11-23-2004, 06:57 AM   #126
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ah... pascal, i had to write a game with that POS in college.
i did a space invaders type of game, with sounds and everything!
When I make games, I use GameMaker, which has it's own code built in.

Oh, and Fibble, yes, I remember you now!!! Welcome back, bud.->
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Old 11-23-2004, 09:14 AM   #127
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I post in CJ's code in AGS. In AGS, my code would be accurate (except for SetHappyMode(); .). It 's a variant code, and therefore different to what you guys are used to. Actually I believe I read on CJ's site that its a C variant, not pascal.
Also reasonably proficient in Lua, Python and HTML.

(Just thought I'd defend myself, I'm not wanking over my scripting ability).


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Old 11-23-2004, 09:35 AM   #128
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Also reasonably proficient in Lua
...i've read the lua doc and it's interesting... i thought about using it from my adventure "engine", but i (lost interest)/(began something different) before the "engine" was that much finished that i could integrate a script language (although it already loaded rooms, characters and stuff out of xml-files and you could walk around the rooms with the arrow-keys... but i had problems with the alpha-stuff and before solving them, moved on to something different)...

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Python
...ürgh... i absolutely dislike python... it's such a dirty language in my eyes...


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HTML.
...html is really, really easy... could be because it isn't a programming language...

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(Just thought I'd defend myself, I'm not wanking over my scripting ability).
..."wanking"? O_o

...now i've got disturbing visuals stuck in my head...

...




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Old 11-23-2004, 11:56 AM   #129
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o, i mean many built in procedure are like "procedure blah(ModifiesThisVariable, Argument)", whereas in c it's like "char *blah(UsesThisVariable, Argument)", so that you can write many such function in each other in one line, like "var = blah1(blah2(crap(foo, baz), bar), b)"...
omg, u r t3h l4z3!

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function abs_sqr( z: tcomplex): real;
begin
  abs_sqr:= sqr( z.re)+ sqr( z.im);
end;
this is a simple function in pascal. it should be no problem to "customize" these bad bad procedures into functions, too.
admitted this would be some extra code to write, but hey, what could be more fun? licking an ashtray? for the sake of optimized code i tend to 'recode' most standard procedures anyway. also things like "var = blah1(blah2(crap(foo, baz), bar), b)" only make sense if you always have to recalculate var through all the functions. if crap(foo, baz) is not changing, there is no need to waste processing power and recalculate the same stuff over and over again and produce snail-code, especially if crap() is a complex function.
and if you really have to use "blah1(blah2(crap(foo, baz), bar), b)" often in your code i'd put it together anyways, so you'll have to change code on only one place later. and thanks to copy and paste, cant really see a problem in procedures with variable parameters here.
Code:
function fascinating(foo, baz, bar, b: real): real;
begin
   crap( fascinating, foo, baz);
   blah2( fascinating, bar);
   blah1( fascinating, b);
end;
and in the end you'll only need to write "var:= fascinating( foo, baz, bar, b);"

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...well, i started on a 386 with gwbasic when i was 8... but i moved on and i don't consider it a "real" programming language...
dude, there was no 386 when i started. especially not for home use. and call it what you want, it is a real language, since you can write computer programs with it.


and can it be you did not see it? don't tell yufster, i tell you.


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Old 11-23-2004, 12:05 PM   #130
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oh, please. all you people think you're so hot b/c you can write in code? please! even i can do that. watch:

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teehee
see? anyone can do it.
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Old 11-23-2004, 12:14 PM   #131
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LOL, IMHO :)


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Old 11-23-2004, 12:44 PM   #132
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Sitting atop my PC are- CD of BASS, MM2, Sam&Max, Starcraft and loom.
Wow, that was easy.


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Old 11-23-2004, 06:40 PM   #133
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The first language they made me learn in college was Visual Basic. That course was eliminated from the curiculum the next semester, figures (Waste of time).

Now I'm in my second semester of coding in C++. We got a Unix system where our ultimate programing tool is Pico and the compiler is g++. It's pretty sucky.

My professors all refer to Pascal as a programming language, they seem to look down on it.


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Old 11-23-2004, 09:26 PM   #134
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hey. the dapper zabrak,.. again! ^__^

but seriously.. i personally like the "groovy" one most. (you know what i mean, huh, huh?) ..

Which one?
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Old 11-24-2004, 02:50 AM   #135
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-Shop smart, shop S-mart!

-Name's Ash, housewares.


-Groovy.


huh?


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Old 11-24-2004, 05:50 AM   #136
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function fascinating(foo, baz, bar, b: real): real;
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   blah2( fascinating, bar);
   blah1( fascinating, b);
end;
...sure, i do that when i needed to, but... *shrug* i kind of like c more... *shrug*
...to each his own...

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dude, there was no 386 when i started. especially not for home use.
...that only means you're older and will most likely die earlier...


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and call it what you want, it is a real language, since you can write computer programs with it.
...sure, but i wouldn't want to use it anymore... i would recommend it to a beginner, though...

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and can it be you did not see it? don't tell yufster, i tell you.
...?

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We got a Unix system where our ultimate programing tool is Pico and the compiler is g++. It's pretty sucky.
...pico? interesting... never really used it... i would recommend vim, i love it... and g++ too...
*shrug*
...but i also prefer vim+gcc+gdb over an ide, a console/xterm over some click-based-solution and the keyboard over the mouse, so vim may not be your idea of a good texteditor...




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Old 11-24-2004, 09:55 AM   #137
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...that only means you're older and will most likely die earlier...
yeah .. most likely. ..






..








..




*graps phone and calls mr. spock*







Quote:
...?



*slaps mccoy*


indiana jones, spoothead.


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Old 11-24-2004, 10:42 AM   #138
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*graps phone and calls mr. spock*
NO! not that pedantic logiclover...

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*slaps mccoy*


indiana jones, spoothead.
...oh, i've already forgotten about that... like i said earlier somewhere, i've got a bad memory...




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Old 11-24-2004, 05:01 PM   #139
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pico
pico! i love picos. i had one when i was little. it was like this little thing for pre-schoolers, and you'd hook it up to the t.v...it was made by some video game company or something...actually, i think it was by sony...i dunno. anywho, you hook it up to the t.v. and you have a little pad thing w/an electric pen, and when you move your pen to draw or whatever on it, you can see the line show up on the t.v. and stuff. it was awesome. and then you'd click on the green light and stuff...i loved it. although that's not the pico you're talking about...

it's good to reminisce.
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Old 11-24-2004, 09:45 PM   #140
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...oh, i've already forgotten about that... like i said earlier somewhere, i've got a bad memory...
forgotten about indiana?? shame shame shame du dudu shame on you..


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Old 11-24-2004, 10:40 PM   #141
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-Shop smart, shop S-mart!

-Name's Ash, housewares.


-Groovy.


huh?
This one?





Yeah, taking a break from that one because I am quite pissed about this alleged "Evil Dead re-make".

Talk about Hollywood sacking holy grounds...
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Old 11-25-2004, 01:44 AM   #142
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at some point, this thread was about avatars.

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Old 11-25-2004, 05:11 AM   #143
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are you blind joshi?

look above and look below..

yes groovy i talked about this one..

but if i remember it right you had another "aod" one??



*pulls joshi's pants down*




*does not run*



*joshi pulls pants up*



*kicks ray in groin area*



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Old 11-25-2004, 06:05 AM   #144
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*points finger at Joshi (because I have no right to call Joshi by his first name)*


*Get's kicked in the groin by Joshi*

Ha, ha!


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Old 11-25-2004, 07:53 AM   #145
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Groovy, your Maul artwork sorta one is brilliant, bring it back!!!

You know the one, right? right?!!
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Old 11-25-2004, 09:35 AM   #146
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what are you, a parrot or something?


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Old 11-25-2004, 09:52 AM   #147
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...fealiks, how about a cracker?




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Old 11-25-2004, 10:20 AM   #148
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eeehehehehe. *thud*


(maybe thrik could help us a little bit with the name here?)


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Old 11-25-2004, 06:09 PM   #149
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Groovy, your Maul artwork sorta one is brilliant, bring it back!!!

You know the one, right? right?!!
You will be happy with the one I am using now, and you will LIKE IT!

To everyone else:

Stop asking me to change my bloody avatar/sig!
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Old 11-25-2004, 08:30 PM   #150
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...you should change your avatar and your sig! :P




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Old 11-25-2004, 09:38 PM   #151
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I love you Bones...
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I love you Bones...
...i know, you already said that last night...




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Oh no stop that, you two!

I just imagined what the Zabrak looks like underneth the tux. Even worse, I imagined what Bones looks like without the Starfleet uniform.

*eeeww*

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I just imagined what the Zabrak looks like underneth the tux.
...actually, he looks pretty normal and i've got nothing
to complain about...

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Even worse, I imagined what Bones looks like without the Starfleet uniform.
...you know that quite well and you didn't complain either... ...err, darthy, don't get that wrong, that was before "our" time...

...





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It's all good, we are BOTH sexy underneath our costumes/uniforms. In the end that is all that matters!
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...and i by mine...




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me too.

oh and groover .. i dind't asked you to change it. i just said "i find you sexy in the little black one.." "oh and wasn't there a little transparent blue one too?" DUDE.




*pulls joshis underpants down*




*and shoves him into the ymca*




*get's pulled in with him*




*get's rejected whilst Joshi is found utterly irresistable to all sexes*



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Yeah, groovy, what's down there? spikes?! spike dick?

(I also aim my question at Ray and doc...)
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Since people seem to be more or less ignoring Joshi, and I'd rather not discuss the contents of Groovy's pants, I think I'll dig up something from when this was on topic.

Fealiks. You started this. How about an excuse explanation of your av? I can realise you clicked on that free smilie thing at the bottom o' the screen, but why?

Ever notice how any topic here never stays ON TOPIC after three pages?

*looks around suspiciously*

*pulls down Joshi's pants*

*laughs*

*get's serious editage*

*get's pant's pulled down by joshi and severly kicked in groinal area*

*get's laughed at*


People who call me 'paranoid' are probably in on the plot.

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