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Its definitely possible to win, as I tested yesterday extensively, though my brother found it similarly difficult. The key to navigating is like driving a car skidding on ice: steer firmly in the direction you wish to go. But your idea is a good one. A lot of the challenge is figuring out where the ...
Submission for the inaugural December 2020 LibreJam: "Engineering in space" Created in just six days. https://leagueh.xyz/en/jam.html http://icculus.org/piga/Files/HullBreach-1.0.tar.gz (contains executable and project file) https://static.miraheze.org/pigalorewiki/a/ac/Hull-Breach.png Requires Gamb...
For reference, you can also get it to beep using ncurses. Screen.Beep As for colour, it can be done rather simply. Window.Print("String ", X, Y, Attr.Normal, Pair[Color.Red, Color.Green]) Where the first of the pair is foreground and the second is background. The whole window can be done using the f...
- Thursday 09th July 2020 11:47pm
- Forum: Project showcase
- Topic: Resizer : The best resizing solution!
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For the most part in my programs, I only resize the view-port and keep the sizes of the controls constant. I suppose this makes more sense in a game context than an application one though.
- Thursday 09th July 2020 11:40pm
- Forum: Lounge
- Topic: Gambas on top ten programming languages
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Lack of cross platform has always been the biggest con yes, though it is certainly true that WSL on Windows 10 is making it rather moot. Otherwise I certainly think it is highly under-rated. The only comparable IDE to me is Lazarus, and it is far less polished.
I agree up to a point Serban, but I do think there are times when shorthand is easier to read. For example, I use Var += 1 instead of Var = Var + 1 because, also being the lazy kind, it takes less time to read and decode. It depends on the context. My biggest beef is code that just doesn't load any ...