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by voodooattack
Feb 10, 2009 0:19
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Here is something... interesting...
Replies: 50
Views: 7949

Yeah, that turned into quite the threadnought, but the topic is huge, and I can't control my elaboration when there's a constructive exchange of thought going on. =P

Sorry about the long post though, I didn't notice how big it was till you mentioned it.
by voodooattack
Feb 09, 2009 21:18
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Here is something... interesting...
Replies: 50
Views: 7949

The key to it all, as far as adaptive intelligence goes... Where you have a being, an environment, and the only rule is survive to screw... Is the ability of the AI to generate such equations. The ability of the AI to self-program, based on a more supple algorithm. Have you ever considered what you...
by voodooattack
Feb 05, 2009 14:46
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Here is something... interesting...
Replies: 50
Views: 7949

When you consider animal intellect in terms of human intellect you're faced with the desire to make some sort of distinction which rightly differentiates the human intellect and gives to it special attributes that animal intellect lacks. But it starts with rats, and local memory, the ability to nav...
by voodooattack
Jan 31, 2009 23:00
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Here is something... interesting...
Replies: 50
Views: 7949

Awesome link. The farthest I can get is 'hit the bells thrice." My neural-foo isn't very impressive. That's the tutorial, finish that and you'll be faced with real challenges :) Well, I find it funny that organic brains work with the same concepts then. It is funny. Organic brains invented the conc...
by voodooattack
Jan 31, 2009 17:47
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Here is something... interesting...
Replies: 50
Views: 7949

Yeah, your "when" block will probably make things more elegant. I don't know if you need the "do" after the condition though ;P, it just seems odd (since while, for etc don't have it), unless you're going for a different style of language than a BASIC. I guess you're right about that one, What had ...
by voodooattack
Jan 31, 2009 13:44
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Here is something... interesting...
Replies: 50
Views: 7949

John Spikowski: That's more like Chipwits II with enhanced graphics, I like the concept of "machinist" games and visual programming, I've had my share playing them, cool stuff, and I know it somewhat resembles this game, but not quite, the concept of this one is totally different, crafting neural ne...
by voodooattack
Jan 31, 2009 9:40
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Here is something... interesting...
Replies: 50
Views: 7949

Here is something... interesting...

http://www.biologic.com.au/bugbrain/ Ever tried to design neural networks? I do not mean an engine/library that simulates them, what I mean is, add and program each and every neuron and synapse then tune them manually? This game is seriously awesome, you get to control various creatures (starting wi...
by voodooattack
Jan 24, 2009 11:08
Forum: Tips and Tricks
Topic: IncFile() and IncArray() macros [Updated 22-1-2009]
Replies: 88
Views: 42523

No, worries. So would there be an limitations (like extended ascii characters) in what can be stored and used in the files if each element in the array is a byte? I tried to just change the data type in the macro from byte to integer but in running the program the result was unsuccessful. Yes, you'...
by voodooattack
Jan 22, 2009 17:07
Forum: Tips and Tricks
Topic: IncFile() and IncArray() macros [Updated 22-1-2009]
Replies: 88
Views: 42523

I am receiving and error saying: E:\FBIDETEMP.asm: Assembler messages: E:\FBIDETEMP.asm:107: Error: non-constant expression in ".if" To do with a macro IncArrayEx(). Any tips? Thanks a lot Fixed, thanks for bringing this up, looks like something changed in the compiler. Macro updated, please copy i...
by voodooattack
Nov 23, 2008 16:00
Forum: Beginners
Topic: Trying to put user32 functions in a DLL
Replies: 9
Views: 1966

Writing a proxy DLL?
by voodooattack
Nov 15, 2008 10:58
Forum: Beginners
Topic: For Next Statements
Replies: 4
Views: 635

for that you should use arrays instead, read: http://www.freebasic.net/wiki/wikka.php ... roPgArrays
by voodooattack
Nov 15, 2008 9:07
Forum: Beginners
Topic: Dim Statement
Replies: 3
Views: 745

dim as string code_buffer = "dim shared as integer " for i as integer = 101 to 120 code_buffer &= "c" & i & ", " next for i as integer = 201 to 220 code_buffer &= "c" & i & ", " next for i as integer = 801 to 820 code_buffer ...
by voodooattack
Nov 14, 2008 11:10
Forum: Beginners
Topic: Creating a DLL Entry Point
Replies: 7
Views: 2208

An easier method to remove the stdcall decoration from functions is compiling your DLL with: fbc myfile.bas -dll -Wl --kill-at And if you want to specify your own entry point for the DLL change it to: fbc myfile.bas -dll -Wl --kill-at,-e,_MyDllMain@12 this should compile as expected: #include "...
by voodooattack
Nov 03, 2008 12:30
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: cha0s is taking a hiatus from FB development
Replies: 31
Views: 5935

Good luck with the job chaos, I hope you do well. :)
by voodooattack
Nov 03, 2008 12:27
Forum: Beginners
Topic: How do you process an error in a Constructor
Replies: 5
Views: 1039

Hmm, maybe fake exception handling would do? I didn't test it with constructors though, and it works using setjmp/longjmp crt functions, so it should be safe to use as long as your code doesn't do anything funky. And as a side note, it doesn't catch any real (OS) exceptions like access violations, e...

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