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Super Smash Bros. Open / Re: [Axe] Super Smash Bros. Open
« on: November 09, 2014, 06:06:31 pm »
This is what brought me back to calc programming, and motivated me to flash my calcs and get them back into Dapianokid standard working order.
That's saying a lot.
Thank you.

^I seem to recall the ability to do this less than 6 months ago to send 82 programs to my 84+SE, using a silverlink cable.

Humour and Jokes / Re: 1337 reasons why you don't stand a chance with girls
« on: September 06, 2014, 10:03:35 am »
82: It's no misconception that geeks don't get girls
83: You lie about the misconception not being a misconception due to low self esteem brought on by not getting girls
84: There is a misconception that we're low on self-esteem

Gaming Discussion / Re: Show off your Rollercoaster Tycoon stuff!
« on: June 25, 2014, 08:56:44 pm »
I wrote a script to take advantage of a HUGE (I think max plot size is 128x128) plot of land which calculates the longest possible and fastest possible track you can make on it using a trainer.
The track ran at 1089 MPH. I need to find it and post it. The game was hilarious in it's graphic reaction to it. The coaster was vibrating several inches to the left of the station when it finished, and it ran entirely through the station if I didn't put a vertical drop stopper on it.

The way we spend our lives, man. (It took me an hour to write it up and it took it 30 seconds to build it.)

Humour and Jokes / Re: 9001 signs you're addicted to calcs and Omni
« on: June 25, 2014, 08:53:34 pm »
6475: You return. Again. (true story)
6476: You write a porogram in Axe so fast that you don't let the idea solidify in your head because you type on-calc so fast so you kinda lose motivation (true story)
64:77: (true (true story) story)

Miscellaneous / Re: WW3: is it really going to happen?
« on: April 26, 2014, 04:26:08 pm »
I won't get into this discussion except to say that the quote is from Einstein, who was involved in the project to develop A bombs.

Miscellaneous / Re: "What If" Discussion
« on: March 27, 2014, 03:44:28 pm »
We'd all know who Randall Monroe was.

What if we all knew who that was?

Miscellaneous / Re: Birthday Posts
« on: March 27, 2014, 03:01:40 pm »
DJ_O ARE YOU FROM QUEBEC?! Isn't that in Canada?

Happy burfdaeh :3

Introduce Yourself! / Re: well, @#!*% ...
« on: March 27, 2014, 01:04:46 pm »
Welcome! You can just have some of the peanuts in my avatar, if you please. (Actually, you better damn well please or we'll shove 'em down your throat. *cough*)
GAMECUBE INDEED GOOD SIR. Super Mario Sunshine and SA2B chao breeding is my lyef. If you know what it means to legit get an all S chao, you know how many hours I've spent there.
Also, cubing yay! :D cuboids are fun but seriously learn the 7x7 it's a fun one. Megaminx is too.
Finally intro bro

Math and Science / Re: TI-84 program for indefinite integrals
« on: March 27, 2014, 01:01:49 pm »
For the most part, decompiling an app and determining the structure of and purposes and functions of the code is simple. In fact, I used to do this without actually decompiling (although it was slower) and just reading bytecode.
According to aeTIos, there is a tool at Omni for it...

I was pretty sure I understood how he did #1 (I once did a similar thing with the actual lights in my house, 3 lights and 3 switches, always 3 down to make them all on) but then I saw #2 and how there was no discernable way that he was completing a circuit on the two that have a loose end... I surrendered into severe mindblown syndrome past that point.

I haven't read a single response. This lightbulb could not possibly be powered by that fan, no matter how fast it's spinning, because fans are powered by substantially less than the energy we use to power our in home light bulbs. Besides that, if nobody has thought of this by now, we're all doomed.

Here's my little uncyclopedia nonsense for the bit you've posted, though:
This is not free energy for at LEAST one reason which should be fairly obvious to even elementary schoolers who know a bit of Newtonian physics:

The energy required to hold the fan and magnet in the proper place (as there will be repulsion and attraction forces to be dealt with in keeping this here long term) should be substantial, at least enough to power a lightbulb. It's just being cleverly converted.
Please tell me somebody else thought this.

THEN AGAIN, it was a Duracell battery. We're all complete fools if we're to believe Duracell ISN'T secretly at the center of the sun, keeping us all alive.

News / Re: Ndless 3.6 becomes reality!
« on: March 17, 2014, 06:08:16 pm »
I'm the late one to post, but I installed ASAP. Of course, in my haste, I didn't remember to fix my nLaunch businesses or even to put OS 3.6 on my calc... :P Now it's all working fine. I can finally use Lua oncalc and play Advanced Wars 2 without having to reboot! :D
I was going to ask what the new exploit was, b-buh...

News / Re: OS 4.2 for the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition released
« on: March 12, 2014, 03:40:03 pm »
I wish that TI did something like this for the TI-Nspire but more secure, in order to detect if your calc has nLaunch/Ndless installed, rather than totally locking down the calc so no ASM/C is possible.

Well that's basically like saying "Man I wish it were easier to get crakin' on that Ndless 3.6..." :P
I was really hoping these "new routines" might speed some stuff up on this slow OS. Apparently they just have an error code for color-blind people who go wayyy over the top to cheat on tests.

As our lolwut Art_of_camelot friend pointed out, people don't usually use patches anyway. I've NEVER used an OS patch for cheating (but I have used other methods :P ) Most of the patches that exist for other calcs are just for convenience and for ease of use by programmers. Just things that make it easier to write the unwashed masses more games. The only patch that could maybe be used for cheating would be an app similar to Omnicalc + Symbolic, but it's not even a patch as it is: It just adds some hooks, which just/must reside only in memory. Lots of my friends have made le swtich to CSE, but most people still use the monochrome beasties. zStart is the holy grail of applications in my opinion, becuase I don't have to run Omnicalc again everytime I get a RAM clear on an unstable OS with low battery. :P zStart barely counts, anyway. It's mostly hooks, aside from the major boot mod that it can optionally perform. My friends didn't install zStart to mod their OSs because they were too scared about bricking it when I told them what boot-code and certificates were. :P

So they pretty much did nothing that mattered, anyway. Typical TI. ;P

Besides, most teachers in my experience don't go to that much trouble to check for stuff. My teachers had an assembly line for about 250 students to check the calcs only for the model number. They didn't even open the case. They just labeled a TI Nspire CX (non-cas) as illegal out of their own laziness. That is, until you objected and stood your ground. TI should just write an OS which is much harder to cheat using. Scrap it and redo, bros!

Humour and Jokes / Re: Why I'm leaving Omnimaga for Cemetech
« on: February 18, 2014, 08:49:58 pm »
In all seriousness...
* Dapianokid gets pinched by a blue lobster

Oh yeah, you can't start a post at Omni like that. :P

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