There's an ethereal glow (interference) in your images above.
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SHA512 is a strong hash. I verified your implementation against PHP's hash('sha256', '...') - the few random strings I compared matched. On a Duo 2GHz, your FB SHA512 hashed 10,000 80-char strings per second. With the same, interpreted PHP took ~0.1 seconds. For single hash checking, your code would...
Good conversions to FB. The speed difference of FB over the original Processing, and an AS3 port , is certainly apparent. (Unfortunately, AS3 author uses obscenities in his domain name, which are filtered by this forum; it's currently the first result in the Google link.) (Mod Edit: result has slipp...
- Dec 20, 2008 19:02
- Forum: Beginners
- Topic: Two versions of FreeBasic at the same time...
- Replies: 8
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If the library can't be updated - on Windows XP (and probably Vista) it would seem to be fine. I've got FB 0.16, 0.17, 0.18, and 0.20 versions all still usable (from their differently-named directories) on a single PC (simply because I didn't uninstall the last version on each new install). I can't ...
- Jul 09, 2008 11:51
- Forum: Tips and Tricks
- Topic: Multi directional gravity bouncing ball : or 70s fx
- Replies: 6
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- Apr 09, 2008 11:50
- Forum: Linux
- Topic: Just installed... trying to compile... not sure if OK
- Replies: 12
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Have a look at the freebasic/bin/linux/ directory, and check the perms on the as, ld and ar binaries, they may not be set to +x, i'm pretty sure that can cause a silent fail. Without the permissions set on as, ld, ar there is a silent fail - only the -r option showed me that FB was doing anything (...
Thanks guys for your responses. @KristopherWindsor - yes, your screenshot is identical to what I'm getting on Vista. @MichaelW - thanks - I've amended the code with your changes: the executable's pixel plotting in the window is better, but it still displays the empty pixel bands when running on this...
Thanks Kristopher, and sorry for the delay. Ugh - I haven't enjoyed my re-acquaintance with Win32 code, but this example seems to show the effect on the PCs I've currently got access to. I compiled it with FB0.18.2 on Vista, and the executable run on the same Vista PC shows 'blank columns' (where no...
- Mar 18, 2008 23:31
- Forum: Beginners
- Topic: How to make Windows applications using freebasic ?
- Replies: 3
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You certainly can make a Win API application (I think that's what you meant) with FreeBASIC. I made my first (and only) one from an example file in the FreeBASIC windows examples directory. Coding the application in FreeBASIC is probably a lot easier than in C, but I still found it quite a steep lea...