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by Lost Zergling
Oct 26, 2020 10:49
Forum: Tips and Tricks
Topic: Polynomial regression curve (linear regression)
Replies: 3
Views: 1927

Re: Polynomial regression curve (linear regression)

Hello, dodicat wrote : Personally, I think that a freebasic array suffices to hold matrices/vectors, and that a matrix type just adds complexity. I agree. Nevertheless, I see two weakpoints in FB (from a neophyte's point of view)(in maths programming) : 1 - The lack of an"easy" maths/vecto...
by Lost Zergling
Oct 21, 2020 15:38
Forum: Projects
Topic: libLINREG project
Replies: 5
Views: 365

Re: libLINREG project

With pleasure. No vector math operations, you still have to code the loops in a proper way. And lzae doesn't offer this stuff either, .. it's oriented: sorting, database, background interface and multi-dimensional array support. (lzle licence l-gpl compliant, not gpl, can be assimilated very close t...
by Lost Zergling
Oct 21, 2020 15:24
Forum: Projects
Topic: libLINREG project
Replies: 5
Views: 365

Re: libLINREG project

The purpose of this code example is to show that it is possible to perform algorithms in FreeBasic in a relatively detailed way using an easy syntax (so the objective is not neither efficiency nor speed, but to show the possibilities of the syntax using the lzle tool). This is only an example and no...
by Lost Zergling
Oct 11, 2020 18:03
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Permission
Replies: 2
Views: 304

Re: Permission

If you do not get answer from an admin, may I suggest you put the link to 1.07 (https://www.freebasic.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=27885) in the licence terms ? I think, from a juridic point of view, till it is GPL, you have an obligation to inform user. So far, till it is suppose to be MANDATO...
by Lost Zergling
Oct 10, 2020 2:15
Forum: General
Topic: String garbage collection and handling thousands of strings
Replies: 5
Views: 312

Re: String garbage collection and handling thousands of strings

Hello. Lzle project implement some automated memory recycling features (“garbage collection” like). It also implements instruction set to store strings and access them via a tree. Maybe helpfull in this case. added. to reassign a value to another key (change the key of a value without having to memc...
by Lost Zergling
Oct 01, 2020 23:12
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: immutable thread titles?
Replies: 43
Views: 1122

Re: immutable thread titles?

I think you got it ! "beginners" => easy "all purpose" => versatile, open door to creativity "symbolic instruction code" => a langage, meaning a logical consistency shared by a set of instructions able to interact each others to serve the best compromise between easynes...
by Lost Zergling
Oct 01, 2020 18:41
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: immutable thread titles?
Replies: 43
Views: 1122

Re: immutable thread titles?

Python is high-level oriented and uses (or must therefore use) a multitude of specialized libraries. In this sense, it is similar to a multi-specialized professional/industrialized tool. FB is low-level oriented (C) with generic high level oriented implementations (typing). FB is less "clean&qu...
by Lost Zergling
Oct 01, 2020 13:19
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: immutable thread titles?
Replies: 43
Views: 1122

Re: immutable thread titles?

It is precisely and in large part to bring my contribution to the "popular" (accessible) side of the language that I developed lzle and lzae. Like many others I suppose, it's not just about defending an attachment to language, but also a skill. It is sometimes a little frustrating to see t...
by Lost Zergling
Sep 28, 2020 18:05
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Reinventing the wheel
Replies: 17
Views: 707

Re: Reinventing the wheel

Precisely. Perhaps we, zerglings, already invented the wheel thousands and thousands of time when we were young, unfortunatly, not enough memory to remember it so far what it was about and what it was looking like. Then, like children, we are innocent, peacefull, and curious to the human being's wor...
by Lost Zergling
Sep 28, 2020 13:48
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Reinventing the wheel
Replies: 17
Views: 707

Re: Reinventing the wheel

Hello. What is "a wheel" ? ;-)
by Lost Zergling
Jul 26, 2020 1:05
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Getting old
Replies: 39
Views: 2091

Re: Getting old

@Dinosaur. Indeed. Till you see yourself close to death, you do not wonder about the quality of your brain vs your other organs. 4 ops, 3 RMI. Indeed a youngster I think I might challenge you a little. Regards.
by Lost Zergling
Jul 21, 2020 12:45
Forum: Projects
Topic: Gas64 (no more use of gcc, only gas) WDS / LNX
Replies: 388
Views: 41514

Re: Gas64 (no more use of gcc, only gas) WDS / LNX

I'm sorry, I didn't retrieve your email. Still testing occasionnally. Lattest release offers better visibility. 20180206.a64:187150: Error: no such instruction: `found AN ERROR:No room for spilling register report dev,current limit 150' I wonder if the limit couldn't be automatically adapted ? (or s...
by Lost Zergling
Jul 02, 2020 13:52
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Getting old
Replies: 39
Views: 2091

Re: Getting old

I have to censor myself, but this thread is rather funny and some testimonies indirectly remind me of memories.
ps: @Dodicat: a bit uggly saying bad about a customer ;-) (ie: to have had free time)
by Lost Zergling
Jun 29, 2020 23:18
Forum: General
Topic: How would you find the shortest distance in a set of points?
Replies: 23
Views: 1146

Re: How would you find the shortest distance in a set of points?

I just try to thought a little around this problematic, not seeking for solutions around the web. I tried to think about ideas but,... Not around mathematics, just logic. Am I wrong or this problem may be far more complex than what it could looks like at first sight ?
by Lost Zergling
Jun 29, 2020 13:17
Forum: General
Topic: What is this technique called?
Replies: 6
Views: 351

Re: What is this technique called?

http://ingeb.org/songs/vemkanse.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl76XbZp3js
This technique is called "the sailing navy" (the beginnings)

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