Have You Programmed Anything Cool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElastoManiac
    Oh yes i didn't used functions, so i copy-ed the same code all over the place. And used bunch of gotos. So you can just imagine what a mess that was...
    *shakes head in disgust*

    I hope you were young and didn't know what you were doing.
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    I'd have to say though, it's pretty awesome to have not given up (10,000 lines is a lot for a beginner) and come out with a working product when you have such hideous code.

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    lemmie just stop at saying that i write cooler code than you EVER will... cause im cooler and smarter than you.
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    >lemmie just stop at saying that i write cooler code than you EVER
    >will... cause im cooler and smarter than you.
    Impossible. I'm the source of all cool, so any cool you have came from me originally and you're just borrowing it.
    My best code is written with the delete key.

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    most recently: an expression template parser (with unlimited look ahead), a huffman template, a digital logic template (for compile-time virtual circuits), and an automated dereferencing template. way .
    Code:
    #include <cmath>
    #include <complex>
    bool euler_flip(bool value)
    {
        return std::pow
        (
            std::complex<float>(std::exp(1.0)), 
            std::complex<float>(0, 1) 
            * std::complex<float>(std::atan(1.0)
            *(1 << (value + 2)))
        ).real() < 0;
    }

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahluka

    I use google.
    How does google help translating Dollars into Pounds?
    Oh i see now.....but what if my connection has been screwed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuart_cpp
    How does google help translating Dollars into Pounds?
    Oh i see now.....but what if my connection has been screwed?
    Touché.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sebastiani
    most recently: an expression template parser (with unlimited look ahead), a huffman template, a digital logic template (for compile-time virtual circuits), and an automated dereferencing template. way .
    I think your sig counts as being pretty cool

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    Originally Posted by Prelude
    Impossible. I'm the source of all cool, so any cool you have came from me originally and you're just borrowing it.
    You had better hope Fonzie didn't hear that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prelude
    >lemmie just stop at saying that i write cooler code than you EVER
    >will... cause im cooler and smarter than you.
    Impossible. I'm the source of all cool, so any cool you have came from me originally and you're just borrowing it.
    says the man with the anime avatar

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    Uh-oh...

    You may want to find out a little more about Prelude before you start tossing around genders.

    That is, if it's not already too late

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    This thread makes me realise how much I suck.

    Or I'm just borrowing suck from the source of sucky programmers.

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    Since most of my work is classwork, it's just simply not cool at all.

    The coolest things I've made were a text-based tetris, a text-base trivia game (which can load various properly formatted text files), and a Roman Numeral <-> Arabic Numeral Converter, a standard playing card deck implementation with various working card games for it, and a little open GL world that doesn't even support collision detection.

    Not very impressive or cool, to say the least.

    ...and what isn't cool about Prelude's sig?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stuart_cpp
    How does google help translating Dollars into Pounds?
    Oh i see now.....but what if my connection has been screwed?
    how do you keep an accurate conversion if you don't have some kind of connection to the outside world
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