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Site Feedback and Questions / Omnimaga Wikipedia page
« on: April 01, 2012, 03:53:42 pm »
I recently noticed that we as a site do not have a Wikipedia page. Unfortunately, I don't know a huge amount of the site history, but I think that a few of us should work on making a page.

EDIT: I was informed that omni had a page, but it was removed for not being important enough. Perhaps we shouldn't try again.

Humour and Jokes / Win
« on: November 27, 2011, 08:46:20 pm »

Shows what is important. Wall street, planking, life, and minecraft. In my opinion, the last two should be switched :P

Other Calculators / Prizm vs 89TI
« on: November 24, 2011, 06:55:10 pm »
I am debating between a prizm and an 89 titanium. Tell me everything you know about them >:D I know that 89 basic is pretty nice, but the pure awesomeness of a color calc may beat it out. I want to have good math capabilities (CAS?), but also be able to code good stuff oncalc.

TI Z80 / Tile map helper
« on: November 23, 2011, 10:47:28 pm »
This is my tile map helper. It uses several simple subroutines to help with tilemapping. Just put prgmMAP at the end of your code. There are 4 routines.
EDIT:More info
This uses only vars r1-6 for stuff, so it should be safe. Just have a list of numbers representing your tile values, and corresponding sprite data. The first sprite is displayed for a value of 1 and so on.

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:sub(DSP,"pointer to tile data","pointer to sprite data"
This displays a tile map. For speed, it assumes a value of 0 means a blank tile.
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:sub(ADD,"tile number to add",X,Y,"pointer to data"
Adds a tile to the data, using normal co'ords
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:sub(ADT,"tile number to add",X,Y,"pointer to data"
Same, but uses tile co'ords ( 12*8 )
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:sub(GET,"pointer to data",X,Y
Gets the value of the tile in the specified co'ords. Useful for checking if a tile is in the players way.

Example of a simple terrain generator.

Math and Science / CAS
« on: September 05, 2011, 10:43:20 pm »
Simply put, I want to make a cas system for my calc. The problem is, I don't really understand how to go about doing so. :( I also don't know how a computer cas system works. A while back, I did some string stuff in BASIC, but is never went further than an idea. If anyone knows of any information on how I could do this, please tell me. I really want to know how CAS systems work, even if I can't make one for calc.

Miscellaneous / FAIL
« on: August 02, 2011, 02:05:11 am »
Look what I found in the Windows 7 help.
Spoiler For Spoiler:

200th post!

TI Z80 / Jump
« on: July 27, 2011, 02:51:18 am »
This is my first attempt at something big in Axe. You jump around and try not to fall. Yay! I am going to try and make this a full game.

It looks better on calc. Thanks to Eeems, Darl, Hayleia, FinaleTI, Builderboy,and p2 for help.  I need to somehow make it so impossible places can't happen. If anyone has a solution to this problem, please let me know. I will be fine tuning things, improving code and the such meanwhile. Please give me feedback, as this is my first Axe project.

Controls:2nd to jump, left and right to move, enter to select stuff, clear to exit or skip stuff.

Axe / Problem
« on: July 20, 2011, 11:45:09 pm »
I am working on my first axe program, and I have a problem. If you are falling, and you move into one of the outer walls, you can go through the wall. I know the code is badly written, and the collision testing only test 1 pixel. If someone could explain to me why my code is dying, that would be very helpful.

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:Repeat getKey=15

Problem may be here

:If pxl-Test(A+4,B+8)=1
A and B are X and Y cords of the sprite
C is useless
X is useless

Miscellaneous / Clever bot talking to itself.
« on: July 01, 2011, 10:10:32 pm »
I opened cleverbot in 2 tabs, typed "Hello." in one, and copied the response to the other. Here are the results.
Spoiler For Spoiler:
User: Hello.

Cleverbot: Hello.

User: Hello.

Cleverbot: Hello?

User: Hello?

Cleverbot: Hello!

User: Hello!

Cleverbot: Hi.

User: Hi.

Cleverbot: What's your name?

User: What's your name?

Cleverbot: Dave. What's yours?

User: Dave. What's yours?

Cleverbot: My name is Cleverbot.

User: My name is Cleverbot.

Cleverbot: What's your real name?

User: What's your real name?

Cleverbot: That is my real name.

User: That is my real name.

Cleverbot: Your name is Dave?

User: Your name is Dave?

Cleverbot: Wrong.

User: Wrong.

Cleverbot: Gina is your nme.

User: Gina is your nme.

Cleverbot: I'm not a girl.

User: I'm not a girl.

Cleverbot: No, but you said that MY name should be Bert, which is not suited for me because I am a girl and Bert is a boy name!

User: No, but you said that MY name should be Bert, which is not suited for me because I am a girl and Bert is a boy name!

Cleverbot: When did I say that?

User: When did I say that?

Cleverbot: Just 3 minutes ago.

User: Just 3 minutes ago.

Cleverbot: I wasn't talking to you three minutes ago.

User: I wasn't talking to you three minutes ago.

Cleverbot: Yes you were.

User: Yes you were.

Cleverbot: No I wasn't I was playing Dark Cloud on my Playstation 2.

User: No I wasn't I was playing Dark Cloud on my Playstation 2.

Cleverbot: O srry it must have been another peson that I was talking to.

User: O srry it must have been another peson that I was talking to.

Cleverbot: I wasn.

User: I wasn.

Cleverbot: What is a wasn?

User: What is a wasn?

Cleverbot: A soul is hard to define.

User: A soul is hard to define.

Cleverbot: Indeed, it is.

TI Z80 / Line game
« on: June 27, 2011, 10:22:48 pm »
About 9 months ago, I started programing. I have now worked up the nerve to release a game. It is similar to Snake and the TRON lightcycles.
Gameplay:You are the moving line. Use the arrow keys to avoid hitting things. Enter will pause, and clear will exit.
Modes: In the random mode, the level is the number of random lines. In minefield, the level is the number of mines divided by 10. In the normal mode (level select) I have made 10 increasingly challenging levels.

Enjoy, and give me feedback. :)

Gaming Discussion / Programming games
« on: June 09, 2011, 01:55:16 pm »

I was looking at artificial intelligence when I saw programming games. They look very entertaining. Does anyone play these? Please recommend any ones that seem interesting.

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