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1. Was meinst damit, wenn du sagst, es gibt ein ß?

2. In welcher Programmiersprache schreibst du das Programm?

Ich habe leider keinen Nspire, aber auf dem Ti84 ist ebenfalls ein ß in der Zeichentabelle, aber nicht auf der Tastatur (oder im Katalog).
Mit TI-Basic lässt es sich deshalb nicht ausgeben, mit Assembler oder z.B. Axe allerdings schon, indem man das Zeichen über seinen Index abruft (Bsp(Axe): "Text(130)".

PS: Wahrscheinlich ist das Thema schon nicht mehr aktuell, aber ich wollte die Antwort trotzdem geben, damit denjenigen, die dasselbe Problem haben und auf den Thread stoßen witergeholfen ist.

I just was witing a program in Axe to read out a simple ti-basic program.
But when I used lower case (enabled via the Axe-Parser options), I got for all of the lower case the same decimal equivalence: 187.
I wonder if anybody knows about the reason for that?
It is not possible that all the lower case are encoded with the same value I guess...

Web Programming and Design / Re: Tobert´s WebAccess
« on: March 05, 2011, 04:02:55 pm »
I am sure that there already have to be tools like the one I'm planning, but I don't matter because i think of most of my programs mainly as a possibility to train my programming skills  and not as products of comercial or similar purpose.
So I will continue it allthough the idea is not really new at all... :)

Concerning security... I don't think that I have to make my tool more secure than an ftp-program, for it is meant to be used only by the administrators of the domain.
And you can't use this tool if you have no access to the server with ftp; or the owner of the domain tells you the password.

Web Programming and Design / Re: Tobert´s WebAccess
« on: February 26, 2011, 06:38:04 pm »
I didn't think much about how to make the tool secure.
I was just playing with some ideas.
But I don't think, that this will get me in troubles for PHP-passwords are very secure at all.

Web Programming and Design / Re: Tobert´s WebAccess
« on: February 26, 2011, 05:54:23 pm »
I thought about a cookie that contains a randomly generated code which only is valid during the current session and is proofed using an document on the server which contains the same code.
This only enables acces from one computer at once, but it think this is'nt that bad in this case.

Maybe htaccess would be an alternatve...

However it logically will work only on servers which support php...

Web Programming and Design / Tobert´s WebAccess
« on: February 25, 2011, 05:50:00 pm »
A short time ago I got the idea of a tool, that could simplify the access to domains for web-developers, for it is an alternative to ftp-programs.
It enables editing webpages directly on the server, without downloading the files even temporarily.
But of course it also contains the posibilties of up- and downloads and a plenty of features which I haven't implemented yet.

The program itself is primarily an web-explorer, programmed in PHP, that at first is meant to allow access to a web-server from everywhere without installing and configuring anything.

The following actions are available yet...
- browsing subdirectories
- deleting files and empty folders
- opening files out of the explorer
- editing files directly on the web with a preview-function

...and these are in process.
- deleting directories wether they're empty or not
- upload files
- download files
- search for filenames and/or content in a directory
- copy 'n paste
- simple html-editor
- password (elementary condition for use...)

For the tool can not be used yet, I can only provide screenshotsand  a parent-project for download , that actually is nothing but an explorer...
Spoiler For explore:

Spoiler For delete:

Spoiler For edit:

Spoiler For preview:

Axe / Re: External Vars Tutorial
« on: February 06, 2011, 01:40:06 pm »
ok, that works either. :)

Axe / Re: External Vars Tutorial
« on: February 06, 2011, 01:10:44 pm »
Thank you all; Now it's all as it should be... :)

Axe / Re: External Vars Tutorial
« on: February 04, 2011, 11:06:12 am »
I tried it without those brackets too, but in this case I always got the output 0...

And by the way, I used the ZEROS( function to fill the appvar, but left line this out in the example, because I thought it wouldn't matter for the size length.

Axe / Re: External Vars Tutorial
« on: February 04, 2011, 05:39:02 am »
I've got troubles with the length( function used on appvars.

For example, with the following code I get the output 14, allthoug it should be 5, I guess...

Code: [Select]
Disp B>Dec

I have experimented with this function some time now and always got very confusing results...

Introduce Yourself! / Re: Hi together!
« on: February 03, 2011, 08:24:07 pm »
Maybe because of seven lines being readable on the calc-screen..? :D

Introduce Yourself! / Re: Hi together!
« on: February 03, 2011, 08:22:05 pm »
When I tried to learn assembly, I wasn't even able to compile the "Hello world"-program.
I had two compilers controlled by a .bat-file and they seemed to have troubles with the header I had just copied... :(

Mimas sounds much better anyway.

Introduce Yourself! / Re: Hi together!
« on: February 03, 2011, 08:03:40 pm »
well 2 more now! :D

EDIT: So I will hold this in mind if I am confronted with dubious links in future... ;)

Axe / Re: Physics Lessons
« on: February 03, 2011, 08:02:04 pm »
Could'nt you express that angle simply as gradient and split this gradient into a X- and a Y-velocity; where the y-velocity would be affected by gravity, while the x-velocity wouldn't?

But I can imagine, that this is horribly unoptimized... ;)

Introduce Yourself! / Re: Hi together!
« on: February 03, 2011, 07:57:26 pm »
I just got the message that this video isn't available in my country...
So what was it about? :)

@Binder News:
I like PHP for it's a very comfortable programming language.
Allthough it's barely usable for every kind of program.

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