have knowledge, will travel


(haunt_house) #1

Hi

I find it very annoying that blender goes open source and I have no clue about c/c++ (which one is necessary by the way?)

The things I have got knowledge about are:

Blender (not the game engine, not python yet)
German
Photoshop
Freehand8
QuarkXpress
Flash5
HTML and CSS, partly javascript.
tiny bit of japanese
sneaked a bit into java
Basic and Assembler on the C=64

So if there´s a coder out there who´d like to exchange knowledge, please contact me.

kind of C++ newbie teamwork is also welcome.

thanks HH


(digitalSlav) #2

no c=128, you make me sick :slight_smile:

go to your local book store and pick up a book man :stuck_out_tongue:


(haunt_house) #3

thanks for the tip. Never thought of that before

you make me sick

should I consider that a privilege? :stuck_out_tongue:


(Timonides) #4
#include <stdio.h>

main()
    {
         printf("skontar may not be a profesional programer

         but he writes pretty good hello world programs

         in C/C++ and he can give you one or two suggestions

         if you ask him!!!!!")
    }

bye…


(VelikM) #5

If you want to know how long of an exposure to use with your holographic plates this will help :wink:

Coding isn’t all that hard, you just have to want something that you can’t get other wise 8)


(Waffler) #6

C=64 all the way! At times I dream about porting Blender to my Commodore… no, just kidding. 16 colors would make terrible renders, not to mention the time it’ll take!

Skontar, you missed a semi-colon and void before the main … but the intention is all the same. It’s great when there are people willing to help out newbies. It’s tough starting out, not knowing who to turn to.

Hey, I’d help out … but I hate newbies. Kidding! No, it’s just that I don’t really have any time to even program for myself because of school. Sigh… Busy days.


(Timonides) #7
#include <stdio.h>

main()
     {
         printf("VelikM is a better programmer than skontar

         but when Blender sources are open

         he will find enough motivation to become

         one of Blender's developers!!!!!

         by the way, Waffler you are right about

         the semicolon but you are wrong about the

         void before the main.....

         it's not necessary!!!! ");
     }

(CubeFan973) #8

Mainly C, but a little C++ could help. I have no idea of how.

I want to learn Python for no apparent reason, though! I think it can be used to add onto C programs, right?


(haunt_house) #9
10 print"oh, so it is that easy to be a coder....you just hit the code-button."
20 for a=1 to 65536 : print"why did nobody tell me?????":next
30 run

HH


(digitalSlav) #10

looks hard for the run/stop button to end the viscious loop!

10 ? “COMMODORE WILL NEVER DIE!”
20 GOTO 10

RUN


(haunt_house) #11

It is still and will remain for a very long time the most sold computer ever.

And it is more stable than linux

there is a nice emulator: ccs64

HH


(overextrude) #12

[quote=“VelikM”"]
If you want to know how long of an exposure to use with your holographic plates this will help :wink:

Interesting program…what language?


(VelikM) #13

[quote=“overextrude”]

[quote=VelikM]If you want to know how long of an exposure to use with your holographic plates this will help :wink:

Interesting program…what language?[/quote][/quote]
English :wink:

It compiles with g++
It’s my personal bastardization of C/C++


(overextrude) #14

Actually, there’s a couple of undeclared variables that keep it from compiling. : )

This turned out to be quite a nice little diversion for me - just for the hell of it, I spent some time remodeling it, to see what I could do to make it more standard-compliant. If you’d like, I’d be happy to e-mail you a copy.


(VelikM) #15

[quote=“overextrude”]

Actually, there’s a couple of undeclared variables that keep it from compiling. : )

This turned out to be quite a nice little diversion for me - just for the hell of it, I spent some time remodeling it, to see what I could do to make it more standard-compliant. If you’d like, I’d be happy to e-mail you a copy.[/quote]

It compiles on g++ OS X. Please send me your version, I’d like to see what the diff’s are.


(Timonides) #16
#include <stdio.h>

main()
    {
         printf("Well, that's because you've never asked

         I guess. But apart from that, I think you also need

         to learn some basic C/C++ syntax!!!

         May I suggest 'The C Programming Language' by

         B. Kernighan and D. Ritchie???? It's the best!!!!")
     }

bye…