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The 20 Line Challenge / here is a little fun program in 20 lines.

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The Nerd
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Posted: 14th Nov 2004 17:32 Edited at: 14th Nov 2004 17:42
Hi all

i have made a little fun program in dbpro.
Its an rotating cube with a smiley face on
but you should give it a try.
in the right corner there is a download button you will download the media.
Here is the source:



Enjoy!



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Turoid
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Posted: 14th Nov 2004 19:39
yea.. nice start but this is actually possible in one line:





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1tg46
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Posted: 21st Nov 2004 12:30
You can practically make all of the 20 line challenges in to one line with the ":".


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Posted: 21st Nov 2004 17:57 Edited at: 21st Nov 2004 18:10
hi guys


If you want i can make a little tut for beginners if you guys think that would be a good idea i will do it




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Posted: 22nd Nov 2004 05:53
Sorry for being off subject but...

@Waggames do you have an email address?

Here's my forums www.andrewtamalunas.proboards28.com . Please join!

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Posted: 22nd Nov 2004 21:01
@The dude guy:

yes you can email me at: kattenolle@hotmail.com
i AM Waggames but i changed to my old forum name again wich is "The Nerd" just so you know


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Posted: 23rd Nov 2004 04:46
Nerd - Don't you think you should change your email to a
buisness name like mine nukesoft_@hotmail.com

Why kattenolle? Infact; What IS kattenolle?

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Posted: 23rd Nov 2004 07:11 Edited at: 23rd Nov 2004 07:11
Whats wrong with Kattenolle? What if its their name?

He/she might think Nukesoft sounds stupid!

Btw: Seeing as you're a fan of "positive critisism", I'm not a fan of using underscores in email addresses and most of the time they dont show due to email addresses often being underlined. Just my opinion which I'm as entiteled to as you are abuot Waggames

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Posted: 24th Nov 2004 20:56 Edited at: 24th Nov 2004 20:57
Quote: "Nerd - Don't you think you should change your email to a
buisness name like mine nukesoft_@hotmail.com"

Because your an idiot.

EDIT: Oops slightly missread that . I mean't you use a so called 'business' name because your an idiot .

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The Nerd
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Posted: 25th Nov 2004 00:59
well would it be a good idea to make a little mini tut out of my program?

Vote:

0 = bad idea
1 = good idea


If there is enough good idea votes i will make a mini tut.




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Nicholas Thompson
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Posted: 25th Nov 2004 07:13
I'm not sure it really needs a tutorial.. Isn't it fairly self explanatory with the remarks you have put in it?!

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Posted: 26th Nov 2004 04:20
well maybe beginners needs a tut to understand it fully....
It was just an idea.




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Posted: 26th Nov 2004 04:38
I think you ought to work on making tutorials to help newbies learn how to program (as in general BASIC-type syntax) - i.e., variables and making your own functions and stuff, because once you're past that using functions in programs like your one there is pretty easy

Learning how to program is like learning French & German both together at the same time having only spoken English all your life... :s

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Posted: 12th Dec 2004 06:30 Edited at: 12th Dec 2004 06:30
Quote: " well would it be a good idea to make a little mini tut out of my program?"

No, unless your program does something cool and possibly unique like: raytracing, shadows, good colllision, something else.
Most people will figure that out on thier own(I think).

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Posted: 13th Dec 2004 02:10
hmm well if you mean how you can write a good 20 liner you must use the ': '. You can put more commands with that in one line, example:

This:



Is the same as:



For the 20 line challenge you may use 25 commands on one line

hope you understand it a little better.

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The Nerd
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Posted: 13th Dec 2004 02:33
well thanks but i already knew that you can use the ":" sign.
I dont know why but i dont really use it....




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Posted: 19th Dec 2004 03:11
Well theres no point in using ":" if its going to fit in 20 lines anyway. Its just going to make the code less readable.

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