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Phoenix

Name This Character!!

3rd March 2010

Eddie the Eskinaut!


Phoenix

Favourite media player

2nd March 2010

I use Winamp. There's a bunch of stuff it does which I never use, but its playlist management is really the best I've come across.


Phoenix

Iterating edges of a polygon

25th February 2010

This is neat and trivial trick I found the other day which is useful when you want to iterate through consecutive pairs of vertices (edges) of a polygon. [tt]i[/tt] is the index of the first vertex, and [tt]j[/tt] is the index of the following vertex.
[co*snip*


Phoenix

Happy Birthday Jay!

22nd February 2010

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(Hey, you're not allowed to congratulate yourself!)


Phoenix

Sams C++ in 24 Hours and Borland C++ BuilderX Problems

12th February 2010

1. Write readably. Use proper grammar. This isn't a chat room.
2. I don't own that book, and many others don't either, so you need to copy the code listing and paste it here.
3. Try cleaning and then rebuilding the project from the build menu in Visual S*snip*


Phoenix

Sams C++ in 24 Hours and Borland C++ BuilderX Problems

11th February 2010

Don't get DevC++. It's unmaintained, it's buggy and it's inferior to the alternatives in practically every aspect. Follow Jayenkai's link instead.
Getting started with C++ may be intimidating at first, in part due to the relatively cryptic error messages*snip*


Phoenix

#237 - The Cake Challenge

10th February 2010

Next Tuesday is Fettisdagen also, so that counts as caketime as well.


Phoenix

Byte To Nibble in BMAX?

8th February 2010

Is this question answered or not?


Phoenix

Byte To Nibble in BMAX?

8th February 2010

I suppose you're after something like this (in vanilla Blitz):
[code]
byte = $9E
Print byte Shr 4 And $F
Print byte And $F
WaitKey
[/code]


Phoenix

Video Game Music!

6th February 2010

I always liked Final Fantasy's music. Nobuo knows what he's doing!
[spoiler][/spoiler]
Oh, and Rayman had great music too!
[spoiler][/spoiler]


Phoenix

Stumbling In

3rd February 2010

Hi there V Man and welcome back! This may be the spiritual successor to Coder's Workshop, but I wouldn't call the sites similar. No one participates in the WWs any longer, but apart from that this place is superior in every way! Oh, and apart from the bugs*snip*


Phoenix

code repositories

3rd February 2010

Google Code is a pretty good option. It has Subversion support, a wiki system and an issue tracker. Seems to be what you're after.


Phoenix

SoCoder Improvements

2nd February 2010

Themes are supposed to be made by you, not by Jay. Download the theme development files in the FAQ and get to work if you want it done.


Phoenix

Toggle styles on / off?

31st January 2010

I assume that you're using MaxGUI. I have not used it, but from looking at the documentation and from former experience with Blitz+, I can say that it is a very limited GUI library which doesn't provide any way to do what you want. You can of course cheat *snip*


Phoenix

Toggle styles on / off?

31st January 2010

Which technology are you referring to?


Phoenix

vb.net listview text limit?

31st January 2010

msdn.microsoft.com
Something like this could work (untested):
[code]
listView.AfterLabelEdit += delegate (object sender, LabelEditEventHandler args) { if(args.Item.Text.Length > 32) args.Item.Text = args.Item.Text.Substring(0, 32); };
[/code]
[edit]Oo*snip*


Phoenix

vb.net listview text limit?

31st January 2010

Doesn't seem to be possible in a simple way. The easy solution would be to cut off excess characters when the user has finished typing.


Phoenix

Artiodactylic martinetish panjandrum?

27th January 2010

Quench your logophilic thirst! I know I'm sold. Take four esoteric words, and place them together to form a (slightly) coherent sentence.


Phoenix

Them goddamn 'Feedback' buttons!

24th January 2010

Am I the only one who lately has been seeing those feedback side buttons everywhere I go? I bet they're designed to sit where they're at in an attempt to not distract too much, but I find them to be annoying enough to create a topic where I can vent my yam*snip*


Phoenix

Knowledge Sites

16th January 2010

The Free Dictionary for anything related to English. It has definitions, synonyms, antonyms, and I've never ever found a word which hasn't been there. The design is ugly, but I don't go there for eye candy.
Wolfram Alpha for solving equations. More versat*snip*


Phoenix

FUNEX?

7th January 2010

A must-see classic! Can you understand them?


Phoenix

QOTD : What next?

7th January 2010

It's not time for a new project until I'm done with this one, which I actually expect to be done rather soon (hopefully next week). [edit]Not really next week at all.[/edit]
After that, I think I'll give Unity a real shot. Meaning more than five minutes o*snip*


Phoenix

Programmerific beverages

3rd January 2010

I have a well-nigh unhealthy addiction to tea, but coffee also floats my boat, without milk, sugar or other nonsense. What do you drink in front of your transistor clump, if anything at all? Have you ever spilled anything on it?


Phoenix

Quantum Engine

31st December 2009

I'd never heard of Quantum Engine five minutes ago, but it looks like it's a quite capable piece of software for creating 2D games. Requires a 6 MB DLL to be packaged with the end program, but apart from that it doesn't demand any dependencies. Free for no*snip*


Phoenix

The forum game! (Modem warning : lots of pics)

29th December 2009

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