1. What, why?
It hurts the Microsoft monopoly. I also believe it's easier to get someone to switch from Mac to a linux distro than from Windows to a linux distro.
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2. Started on Project Euler. Problem 1, done!

```#include <iostream>

int index;
int totalSum;

int main()
{
for (index = 0; index < 1000; index++)
{
if (index % 3 == 0 || index % 5 == 0)
{
totalSum += index;
}
}
std::cout << totalSum;
return 0;
}
```
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3. Hey,

I've been working on a self-contained math formula renderer for some school projects of mine after finding LaTeX and MathML C# renderers too heavy or crippled by licensing.

The output is a transparent image:

The input is basic textual input:
Code:
`hold(-lim(integrate(sum((x^lim(r^root(3,e),r,integrate(x,x,a,b))+integrate((a*cos(sqrt(x)))/b,x,root(5,integrate(1/x+cos(1/x),x,lim(1/h,h,0),b)),root(3,pi)))/((a+1/(1+1/(1+1/b)))^cos(sqrt(1+sqrt(1+sqrt(1+w))))+(sum(n+m,n,-inf,inf))/integrate(k,k,-inf,z)),x,1,inf),x,q,r),z,inf))`
This formula doesn't have any sort of mathematical significance, but at least the rendering works . Some of the expressions (like roots, exponents, etc.) can use a little tweaking.
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4. Image filtering using 2d fft and ifft whoop :]

Images are original | 2d fft | reconstructed image

High frequency emphasis

Silly ideal lowpass approach :V
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5. Hey,
-content-
Okay, you putting 'Hey,' at the top of all your posts is giving me OCD.
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6. Hey,

I've been working on a self-contained math formula renderer for some school projects of mine after finding LaTeX and MathML C# renderers too heavy or crippled by licensing.

The output is a transparent image:

The input is basic textual input:
Code:
`hold(-lim(integrate(sum((x^lim(r^root(3,e),r,integrate(x,x,a,b))+integrate((a*cos(sqrt(x)))/b,x,root(5,integrate(1/x+cos(1/x),x,lim(1/h,h,0),b)),root(3,pi)))/((a+1/(1+1/(1+1/b)))^cos(sqrt(1+sqrt(1+sqrt(1+w))))+(sum(n+m,n,-inf,inf))/integrate(k,k,-inf,z)),x,1,inf),x,q,r),z,inf))`
This formula doesn't have any sort of mathematical significance, but at least the rendering works . Some of the expressions (like roots, exponents, etc.) can use a little tweaking.
Why am I tempted to try and solve that?
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7. LaTeX and MathML C# renderers too heavy or crippled by licensing.
LaTeX... too heavy? too licenced? its opensource and 100% free, also the heavy part is all the add-ons they bundle with the Microsoft release if that's what you're thinking of

Edited:

Also the MiKTeX release is lighter i think

Edited:

But nice job on the output :)

8. LaTeX... too heavy? too licenced? its opensource and 100% free, also the heavy part is all the add-ons they bundle with the Microsoft release if that's what you're thinking of

Edited:

Also the MiKTeX release is lighter i think
Hey,

Maybe I'm just stupid . Can you link me to a light-weight C# LaTeX renderer under a zlib/BSD type license?
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9. Content!

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10. DrLuke wasn't I on a GMOD server with you earlier. If I recall you were 'vagina killer'?
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11. Started on Project Euler. Problem 1, done!

```#include <iostream>

int index;
int totalSum;

int main()
{
for (index = 0; index < 1000; index++)
{
if (index % 3 == 0 || index % 5 == 0)
{
totalSum += index;
}
}
std::cout << totalSum;
return 0;
}
```
No need to waste time using the expensive modulo operator.

```#include <iostream>

int main()
{
int totalSum = 0;
int take3 = 3;
int take5 = 5;

for ( int index = 0; index < 1000; index++ )
{
if ( index == take3 || index == take5 )
totalSum += index;

if ( index == take3 ) take3 += 3;
if ( index == take5 ) take5 += 5;
}

std::cout << totalSum << std::endl;

return 0;
}```

With 10000000 iterations, it was approximately 6 times as fast as your original version.
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12. Yes, I'm Vaginakiller
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13. Yes, I'm Vaginakiller
I want to reply with something witty, but I have a brain fart or soemthing.
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14. Well the thread is derailed. I was a lazy ass about working out over my break... I lost 4 lbs. (of muscle), my max for bench press dropped 20-30 lbs. and I can't flat bench my 35lbs :(

Ontopic:

```// Troll.cpp
// Calculates sum of multiple of 3 & 5 under 1000.
#include <iostream>
#include <math.h>

int main() {
int next = 1;
int sum = 0;
for(int index = 0; index < 1000; index++) {
if(ceil(index*0.33f) == next || ceil(index*0.20f) == next) {
sum += index;
++next;
}
}

std::cout << sum << std::endl;
return 0;
}
```
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15. Well the thread is derailed. I was a lazy ass about working out over my break... I lost 4 lbs. (of muscle), my max for bench press dropped 20-30 lbs. and I can't flat bench my 35lbs :(
That's because you can't be a ripped programmer. Unless you're compwhizz.
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16. That's because you can't be a ripped programmer. Unless you're compwhizz.
Yes you can. Ever heard of bicycle powered laptop?
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17. If you have too many pages it could get very messy, maybe add a quickbar at the bottom with all pages(by logo) like in the Music app
It's just a concept - something to be different from the rest. A tab bar might just end up being the final navigation, but I'm trying a few things that aren't very normal to Twitter apps.

and oh jeez guys, i thought you were joking about how these threads get derailed into debate after a single post.

18. Yes you can. Ever heard of bicycle powered laptop?
Tell me more.
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19. Tell me more.
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20. That idea needs a little working on, and then I think it wouldn't be a bad idea at all!
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21. Some make a laptop powered by situps then we can all look like DevBug
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22. Some make a laptop powered by situps then we can all look like DevBug
I actually use a situp invented by a friend (it works out your whole body). It's pretty much an inclined situp with a medicine ball :P
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23. Behold! I bring the coveted content!

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5027205/Screenshot.png
Just starting to learn SFML, doesn't seem to bad right now.
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24. I actually use a situp invented by a friend (it works out your whole body). It's pretty much an inclined situp with a medicine ball :P
Can you post a diagram of it? I work out a lot and run (I'm on the track team at my high school) but my abs are crap, I should exercise them more.

25. Can you post a diagram of it? I work out a lot and run (I'm on the track team at my high school) but my abs are crap, I should exercise them more.
Hey,

Go to a gym/weight room and look for a weight-based ab machine. Doing crunches with an additional 100-200lbs does wonders for your abs, assuming there isn't any fat covering them.
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26. ITT: abs
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27. Behold! I bring the coveted content!

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5027205/Screenshot.png
Just starting to learn SFML, doesn't seem to bad right now.
OH GOD WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH YOU

...sorry, I have adverse reactions to the Ubuntu theme.
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28. OH GOD WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH YOU

...sorry, I have adverse reactions to the Ubuntu theme.
Eh, just reinstalled, haven't really re-themed everything yet. And besides, it's just my laptop, and not my desktop, so I don't really use it much.
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29. Working combat, now with damage formulas and enemies that fight back!

How should I handle saving and messages?
Currently, messages pop up at the bottom screen, and don't take kindly to other messages trying to been seen at the same time, and I was thinking of having them scroll up the main screen.
As for saving, I have nothing so far. If it means anything, all entities (the walls, npcs, players) are all stored in a table.

My eventual goal is to make a random generated dungeon crawler, much like diablo, nethack, rouge, etc, and have it portable to other systems like dingoos and canoos with nlove, for squary fun while on the go!

Edited:

I also need to re-balance all the equipment I have so far, because of my new formulas (kinda based on the formulas in KoL)
Does anyone want to test it?

30. Does anyone want to test it?
Sure, why not?

31. http://anyhub.net/file/1nz0-grid.love
There ya go, but there's not much too it yet.
You can open the console with ~, it runs lua that you enter.
Escape breaks away from any text entry.
WASD to move, arrow keys for using things, FTGH for menu (as long as I have it always open.)
Put EnemyTest() into the console if you want to try out fighting an enemy.

Edited:

Also, you can't die yet.

32. I decided three days ago I wanted to keep track of the movies I'd watched, and realizing this list would become quite large, I decided it would be a fun, quick little project; to write a python script that handled this. I ended up going farther with it than I originally intended, and so I thought I might as well post it here, if anyone is interested.

Necessary image to stop people from scrolling by:

Get it here. (now pastebin)

Note: The other operations, apart from "print", are "add" and "remove". If you just type in "python lystifier.py" without any arguments, it will display a help message.

Can't really speak to the quality of the code, as I'm pretty sure the only reason I had fun and finished this project was because I didn't take it too seriously (as well as being relatively new to python). Which is to say I'm entirely open to criticism, in addition to being entirely above reproach because I preempted said criticism.

Also, strictly speaking with regards to the user experience: good/ bad? I'm wondering whether it might be worth it to make a thread in Film and television to whore attention...

33. Mediafire for a 6KB python script. Really?

Just pastebin that shit
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34. Just noticed the screenshot fails to demonstrate the current feature of logging the day each note was made. It does that now.

Edited:

Mediafire for a 6KB python script. Really?

Just pastebin that shit
Sure.

Edited:

(one momento, combino)

Edited:

http://pastebin.com/KKZkpJES

35. Hey,

I suppose I lied a little; my school projects are based on a little more than just a formula renderer :

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36. Not sure which is best

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37. Not sure which is best

the 2nd one bro
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38. Third.

first is just shaders and second lacks... rigor.
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