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Yardman



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Post 09 Jun 2007, 19:49
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Post 09 Jun 2007, 20:22
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Picnic



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Nice Smile

Here's one mine, written in PureBasic. It's an incomplete picture puzzle.


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Post 10 Jun 2007, 20:52
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ssp



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Thanks Yardman for all the good things you said about my puzzle.
But I have a few complaints about your version.

* First it is not written in assembly.
* Second you didn't give the source code.
* Why did you post it here ?
* What do you want to prove ?

Besides my puzzle was all written by me (ssp) and m had nothing to
do with it.

All in all it is much ado about nothing.
And to be frank, your version is crap!!!

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Post 18 Jun 2007, 17:06
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kohlrak



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Not too shabby. Feaaaatuuuuuuuures... =)
Post 19 Jun 2007, 01:03
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ssp



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Just wait kohlrak!
I'am a little busy Cool After a little while (atmost a week) my puzzle will be flooded with Feaaaatuuuuuuuures... =)
Since my Machine is back Cool

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Post 19 Jun 2007, 02:23
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DOS386



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> I decided to write a version but do it in C.

> And to be frank, your version is crap!!!

Unfortunately true Crying or Very sad : bloated, does not work in DOS, and don't see the numbers Shocked (see shot)

> Here's one mine, written in PureBasic. It's an incomplete picture puzzle.

No longer surprising: does not work at all, crash just at start Crying or Very sad

PureBasic is CRAP Crying or Very sad


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Bug Nr.: 12345

Title: Hello World program compiles to 100 KB !!!

Status: Closed: NOT a Bug
Post 22 Jun 2007, 01:53
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Post 22 Jun 2007, 05:43
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DOS386



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> That make the actual code around 10k. A good size for C or asm.

YES. See MSVCRT.DLL for the remaining 500 KiB Very Happy

> It's a windows application. Could you explain more?

YES.

> Doesn't the stub in the exe prevent such ancient tactics?

NO. After all, ssp's version does work in DOS Smile
(OTOH some of his posts are CRAP)

> I have redesigned the program to do painting with WM_DRAWITEM instead of WM_PAINT. This problem should be history.

You got it - almost. Now I mostly see the numbers and it's playable, except in DOS.

Bugs:
- Background occasionally too dark (numbers invisible)
- Occasionally numbers forget their size and shrink Laughing !!! Just push F2 1'000'000'000'000 times Wink
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