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TI Z80 / Another 2048
« on: June 18, 2014, 10:47:03 pm »
Here is my own 2048 clone.  currently its graphics are sad and it doesn't detect when you lose.  I only made it because my mom took my computer.  I am rather proud about how small it is.  (only 1500 bytes compiled) here's the code.  Feel free to do whatever you want with it. :)

I will probably not make it any better because I am working on an awesome pong with lots of powerups.  I even will have one powerup be to change your paddles to circular and the ball will bounce off the way you would expect.  (Saw a gif of a pong clone with this in someone's sig.)

Miscellaneous / Re: Pets
« on: June 18, 2014, 10:37:29 pm »
I have two corgis here is one of them. (I don't have a handy picture of the other atm.)
How do you add spoilers?

edit: hid pic in a spoiler
Spoiler For Spoiler:

Humour and Jokes / Re: Is your son a computer hacker?
« on: April 15, 2014, 02:17:07 pm »
THIS IS SOOOO FUNNY!!!! The author doesn't know what she is talking about.  She said "Programming in Perl" is for hackers?!   :D  About half of the information in #8 about linux is completely wrong.  She didn't even speed linux right or Linus's name and he isn't Russian (at the time that would have mattered because of the cold war I suppose)  Not so mention that Microsoft isn't responsible for Linux's existence.  It was AT&T at Bell Labs who originally made unix from which linux was derived.  Epic history fail.  :o  Also what's wrong with being a "hacker"? It just depends on what you do with it.  This forum is fulled with "hackers" but that doesn't mean it is bad. 

Luckily, I use Nvidia, I'm safe from being a hacker :D

Lol.  I have a lot of AMD graphics cards.... I must be a super hacker.  (BTW how does hacking have to do with graphics cards? This person is crazy.  ???) :D

TI Z80 / Re: CMDv3
« on: April 10, 2014, 10:45:48 am »
I also like the idea of password protection... perhaps you could do some very, very simple "encryption" to make it more difficult for someone to steal your password.

TI Z80 / Re: CMDv3
« on: April 08, 2014, 01:11:22 pm »
What could the users do? What special privileges do you suggest.  Without something else users are kind of pointless.

Axe / Re: Running Basic in Axe from an application
« on: April 07, 2014, 10:45:53 am »
Never mind found out that zstart offers this capability with this.

EDIT: fixed grammer issue

Other Calculators / Re: AlphaCS - ClrDraw
« on: April 07, 2014, 10:40:01 am »
Thanks! Just what I needed.  ;D

The Axe Parser Project / Re: Axe dissasembler
« on: April 07, 2014, 10:36:52 am »
Writing a decompiler would be a lot of work.  There is already a lack of motivation for many comunity projects as it is.  The problem is that the decompiler would have to have a version for (most) every version of axe.  Doing it would be a nightmare.  Not to mention it would probrably be harder to decompile the axe programs than it would to originally assemble them.  As nice as it might be, there will probably never be a axe program to axe source decompiler.  :(

Other Calculators / Re: AlphaCS - ClrDraw
« on: April 05, 2014, 10:44:16 am »
How do you launch basic from your app?  I found a routine for running basic but it seems to crash when compiled as an app.  :(

TI Z80 / Re: Order of Operations
« on: April 04, 2014, 10:30:45 pm »
See this:

You to do this you could have a function that calls itself.  So here is example 3 + 3 * 4

    /  \
  3    *        =   15
       /  \
      3   4

To evaluate this the function would look for the first operator it can find which is a "+"  then the function would divide the expression into two expressions: [size=78%]"3"  and also "3 * 4"[/size]

Then the function would call itself for each of the two functions to evaluate and add the value from each function because the operator is a plus.
so something like this
sub(evaluate,"3") + sub(evaluate,"3*4")

when running sub(evaluate,"3")  the parser won't find any operator (of course) so it then knows that it is just a number and it just returns the number.

when running sub(evaluate, "3*4") ..... and so on so forth until it has the answer.  You will need to add parentheses.  Also it is very important to note that there are some problems with the method I showed.  Think about what would happen if you evaluated "3 * 4 + 3" the program would return "21" but the answer is clearly "15".  This could be solved by having the function also look for the next operator and acting appropriately.

I hope that this helps. :)

Axe / Re: Running Basic in Axe from an application
« on: April 04, 2014, 10:19:25 pm »
What you wrote about apps is very interesting (i wonder if the os could have been written better so that this problem doesn't happen) but I don't need to run apps just run compile an axe program into an app that can run ti basic programs.  :P   Using a routine in the post above (that you even made  ;) ) I get run basic programs when axe is compiled into the default shell but it crashed when I compile and run it as an app.   :(   Do you have any ideas about how to fix it?

Other Calculators / Re: AlphaCS - ClrDraw
« on: April 04, 2014, 09:52:52 pm »
In the next version maybe you could add support for running basic (if not already done) from the app and also allow editing non-protected programs using the standard tios editor (you might need some help one of the asm kings around here).

TI Z80 / Re: [AXE] TIcoin
« on: April 04, 2014, 09:39:40 pm »

Aspiring pokes josh...hey josh did you get this to work?

TI Z80 / Re: zStart - an app that runs on ram clears
« on: April 04, 2014, 09:20:11 pm »
Thanks, I am glad you liked it!  :)

TI Z80 / Re: zStart - an app that runs on ram clears
« on: April 04, 2014, 09:02:48 pm »
I made a font!  :D  Here it is along with a screenshot.  I think that it looks ok but I am open to criticism.  (It looks much better on calc.)

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