Hi!

@ marcov:

Thanks for your comments!

@fxm:

No problem for a mistake!

My programs with pointers are a continuous error, no problem!

The important thing is that I understand the concepts!

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- May 24, 2017 19:56
- Forum: General
- Topic: What is the difference between using pointers and using peek / poke?
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- May 24, 2017 19:24
- Forum: General
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### Re: What is the difference between using pointers and using peek / poke?

Hi:

Delete by a concept error, sorry!

Delete by a concept error, sorry!

- May 24, 2017 18:11
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### Re: What is the difference between using pointers and using peek / poke?

Hi, fxm:

Waw, now if I have programs with which to entertain and experiment!

Thanks!

Waw, now if I have programs with which to entertain and experiment!

Thanks!

- May 24, 2017 4:39
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### Re: What is the difference between using pointers and using peek / poke?

Ok, thank you both!

( BasicCoder2 and MrSwiss )

This topic is very interesting, I have never worked with pointers.

Now to play a little!

regards

( BasicCoder2 and MrSwiss )

This topic is very interesting, I have never worked with pointers.

Now to play a little!

regards

- May 23, 2017 20:36
- Forum: General
- Topic: What is the difference between using pointers and using peek / poke?
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### Re: What is the difference between using pointers and using peek / poke?

Hi: Cuestion 1: The maximum number of pointers = fre / sizeof(type pointer) '????????????????? DIM myptr AS INTEGER PTR DIM AS INTEGER a,b a = 10 'Number of Pointer Variables = 10 b = FRE/SIZEOF(INTEGER) '<<< Maximum number of pointers???????? myptr = CALLOCATE(a, SIZEOF(INTEGER)) 'Initial position ...

- May 21, 2017 19:38
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- Topic: What is the difference between using pointers and using peek / poke?
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### Re: What is the difference between using pointers and using peek / poke?

Hi:

Ok, Thanks!: D.J.Peters and fxm

Ok, Thanks!: D.J.Peters and fxm

- May 21, 2017 18:00
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### What is the difference between using pointers and using peek / poke?

Hi!: What is the difference between using pointers and using peek / poke? 'Declare Arrays DIM AS INTEGER a(11), b(11), c(11) 'declare size of the arrays 'Declare Pointers DIM AS INTEGER PTR r,s,t DIM AS INTEGER n, x r = CALLOCATE(11, SIZEOF(INTEGER))'declare size of the pointers s = CALLOCATE(11, SI...

- May 10, 2017 13:23
- Forum: General
- Topic: turtle 2.0
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### Re: turtle 2.0

See you:

"lindenmayer" systems fractals and plants

and

l-system

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L-system

viewtopic.php?f=8&t=21368

regards

"lindenmayer" systems fractals and plants

and

l-system

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L-system

viewtopic.php?f=8&t=21368

regards

- May 08, 2017 20:44
- Forum: General
- Topic: An arithmetic problem
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### Re: An arithmetic problem

Hi, all:

Tourist Trap: Thank you!

Regards

Tourist Trap: Thank you!

Regards

- May 08, 2017 14:17
- Forum: General
- Topic: An arithmetic problem
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### Re: An arithmetic problem

To dodicat:

Very true!

... then you have to update the problem ...

... also there are wheels with nucleus of exagonal (honeycomb of bees), that do not prick.

Very true!

... then you have to update the problem ...

... also there are wheels with nucleus of exagonal (honeycomb of bees), that do not prick.

- May 08, 2017 13:30
- Forum: General
- Topic: An arithmetic problem
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### Re: An arithmetic problem

Hi, all!:

LOL!

The problem is a simple car (4 wheels + 1 spare)

if they had asked for an Australian truck (road train) and 50,000 Km ...

Thank you, very interesting also your solution!

LOL!

The problem is a simple car (4 wheels + 1 spare)

if they had asked for an Australian truck (road train) and 50,000 Km ...

Thank you, very interesting also your solution!

- May 08, 2017 9:46
- Forum: General
- Topic: An arithmetic problem
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### Re: An arithmetic problem

Hi, all A possible solution CLS DIM AS INTEGER A, B, C, D, E, N FOR N = 1 TO 5 IF N <> 1 THEN A = A + 1000 IF N <> 2 THEN B = B + 1000 IF N <> 3 THEN C = C + 1000 IF N <> 4 THEN D = D + 1000 IF N <> 5 THEN E = E + 1000 PRINT A, B, C, D, E NEXT N PRINT PRINT A, B, C, D, E END Regards

- May 08, 2017 5:17
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- Topic: An arithmetic problem
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### Re: An arithmetic problem

Hi, all:

Ok, I do not delete this post!

Apologies

Thank you

Ok, I do not delete this post!

Apologies

Thank you

- May 07, 2017 20:31
- Forum: General
- Topic: An arithmetic problem
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### Re: An arithmetic problem

Hi, all!

Stop, Stop!

This is a simple arithmetical problem, not a discussion!

I was simply looking for a more interesting / intelligent computer solution than mine, not to generate a mathematical battle.

The problem is over!

Thank you all!

Stop, Stop!

This is a simple arithmetical problem, not a discussion!

I was simply looking for a more interesting / intelligent computer solution than mine, not to generate a mathematical battle.

The problem is over!

Thank you all!

- May 07, 2017 18:09
- Forum: General
- Topic: An arithmetic problem
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### An arithmetic problem

Hi!: Here I am with my little son helping him in his tasks of the school. Have the following problem: A traveler traveled by car 5000 km, regularly exchanging the wheels (including the spare) so that they all suffered equal wear. At the end of the trip, how many kilometers has each wheel been used? ...