New Site Up - Francois S. Lamini

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    New Site Up - Francois S Lamini

    I just launched this new web site showcasing the projects that I'm currently working on. I though some people might be interested. I have completed one project so far. It's a TI-83 console based game. It's similar to nibbles but with a new twist. The other one is an implementation of a language that I created. This programming langauge is called Easy and it is similar to basic and assembly in some respects but much different in others. The 3rd project that I'm starting is a small graphical game where you go smack a fly. You are a walking hotdog in this game. So check out the site...

    Francois S. Lamini

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    Just a few suggestions: use a different font for the links, they are hard to read, and make the links bigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakti
    Just a few suggestions: use a different font for the links, they are hard to read, and make the links bigger.
    i agree; man I didn't click on anything because of how the links were formatted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by axon
    i agree; man I didn't click on anything because of how the links were formatted.
    I take it you're using Firefox. I tested the web site on Internet Explorer but it seems that Firebox didn't bold the links like I requested. I might just increase the font size. But then on Internet Explorer the words would be way too big. So difficult. I might just redo the menu. Thanks for the feedback!

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    Yep, there was a bug in one of the style sheets. I fixed it so now the links are readable. Have fun!

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    I think your first three links are not right, the color that you have selected and the font make it seem blurry, why dont you use the same color as on your last 2 links?
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    New Site Up - Francois S. Lamini

    This is a site that I have already made but now I moved it to a server with no ads and I fixed the links. There is free software on this site and in source form. This shows you what I'm working on or have completed. As C++ programmers you might be interested. Currently you can access the site from here: Francois S. Lamini

    My own subdomain too!!!

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    4 days is a short enough time to reply to the current thread instead of making a new one.

    Threads merged.

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    Hopefully today's news is a joke?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IfYouSaySo
    Hopefully today's news is a joke?
    Not really... setjmp() and longjmp() are really useful for jumping out of code like this:

    Code:
    setjmp(env_buf);
    
    while (a > 9) {
    
      while (b < 8) {
    
         a--;
         b++;
    
           if (a == 1) {
    
              longjmp(env_buf);
    
           }
    
      }
    
    }
    See it's really useful. I fear that goto may be removed from C++ soon so stick with setjmp() and longjmp(). I'm not saying use these
    routines all the time but occasionally I find it easier.

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    I saw something similar to the code example below posted online today. I have been coding in c++ for about 5 years, and I never realized this was legal:

    Code:
    # include <iostream>
    using namespace std;
    int main() {
        int p[2];
        bool x = false;
        bool y = false;
    
        p[0] = 50;
        p[1] = 20;
    
        if (0[p:>>p<:1] and not x or y) {
            cout << "Awesome alternate syntax!" << endl;
        }
        return 0;
    }
    The crows maintain that a single crow could destroy the heavens. Doubtless this is so. But it proves nothing against the heavens, for the heavens signify simply: the impossibility of crows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IfYouSaySo
    I saw something similar to the code example below posted online today. I have been coding in c++ for about 5 years, and I never realized this was legal:

    Code:
    # include <iostream>
    using namespace std;
    int main() {
        int p[2];
        bool x = false;
        bool y = false;
    
        p[0] = 50;
        p[1] = 20;
    
        if (0[p:>>p<:1] and not x or y) {
            cout << "Awesome alternate syntax!" << endl;
        }
        return 0;
    }
    Well, these are the C macros. I would question their portability. I'll have to research that. I would much rather use and then &&!

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    My favorite is 0[p], which is the same as p[0], because both evaluate to *(p + 0). Also, I had never seen the other one, where '<:' is the same as '[', and ':>' is the same as ']'. Weird looking code, that turns out to be legal, and even makes sense once you look at it for a while.
    The crows maintain that a single crow could destroy the heavens. Doubtless this is so. But it proves nothing against the heavens, for the heavens signify simply: the impossibility of crows.

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    I learned that the hard way... I spent two(ish) hours one night debugging a trivial piece of code because of a syntax error around the "||" character... Yeah, turns out there was a variable named "or".
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