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Web / Re: Remembering back when web design standards did not suck
« on: April 24, 2017, 09:25:54 pm »
If you use a modern browser like 97% of Internet users, flex-boxes should work correctly by now. CSS is enough powerful nowadays you no longer need tables to position anything.

Heck, you can even make an entire functional OS only out of Javascript in your browser.
Javascript based linux kernel anyone?
Pretty sure it's been done already. Or at least a port of QEMU.

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General Music Talk / Re: What does a walrus sound like?
« on: April 24, 2017, 03:43:04 am »
Eh, it already sounds like some NES explosion, but sure.

https://codewalr.us/other/walrii.mid

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General Music Talk / What does a walrus sound like?
« on: April 24, 2017, 02:24:52 am »

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Other / Re: NHL Playoffs (ice hockey) + bracket challenge!
« on: April 23, 2017, 08:11:57 pm »
Well, although the Canadiens clearly dominated on number of shots, each game have been won by one goal, or two if the last goal was in an empty net. So they were more or less equal.

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Web / Re: Remembering back when web design standards did not suck
« on: April 23, 2017, 07:50:13 am »
As a professional web developer, I definitely agree. Sure, styling has been done directly in early HTML, but once CSS came out, this allowed for a separation of style and semantics, which is what the W3C and its working groups always advocated for. HTML5 even added a ton of tags used purely for semantics. So, theorically, your HTML should only contain your content with its semantics and you should be able to completely change your website using only CSS. A good example is the CSS Zen Garden, your site should pretty much be coded the same way. And, of course, JavaScript should be used for interactivity and special validation, and even then, you can do some in CSS.

Nowadays, sure, some websites are coded well (and that's what I do), but others will only think about maximizing their SEO, ad money and views from social networks. Well, it works, but at the cost of web standards and readability. So yeah, the winning formula is

1. clickbait title so the user will be tempted to click on it
2. separate the content in several pages so the ad networks will think the user visited several pages instead of just one
3. put links to even more clickbait so user will be tempted to stay on your s***ty site or visit other similar sites through ads
4. ????
5. PROFIT

Seriously, nowadays the web tehnologies allows for almost the same stuff you would run as an executable on your computer. Heck, you can even make an entire functional OS only out of Javascript in your browser. And that allows for seriously stunning stuff.

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Other / Re: NHL Playoffs (ice hockey) + bracket challenge!
« on: April 23, 2017, 02:49:40 am »
Aaaand Rangers win their series 4-2. Dammit New York, wanted to see MTL vs OTT.

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General Music Talk / Re: What are you listening to?
« on: April 23, 2017, 12:14:07 am »
Fun fact: Chocolate Rain is 10



Fun fact #2: TIL it's about racism apparently

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General Music Talk / Re: What are you listening to?
« on: April 22, 2017, 11:20:57 pm »
Yeah, I meant, what are you listening to in particular?

Also this:

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Drawing & Animation / Re: Calc animation thingie/project
« on: April 22, 2017, 08:49:21 am »
Sounds fun.

It will/could have a scene where I call on Cemetech/CodeWalrus members via SAX/WalriiIRC, but I will animate those, if given permission by the respective owners.
Sure thing.

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Other / Re: NHL Playoffs (ice hockey) + bracket challenge!
« on: April 22, 2017, 03:49:56 am »
Bruins just won 3-2 after 30 minutes of OT and saved themselves from elimination. Welp.

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Yes

The answer is always yes

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Got mine :3


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Yeah, the thing with parser hooks, it's not that it's been attempted, but we don't know if it's even possible to do these just like on a TI. We're talking about a 32-bit system far more complex than the 8-bit CPU we have for TI's Z80 calcs, after all. In the end, better make a brand new interpreter, probably. We have Lua on it, like on the Nspire, which isn't bad.

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Yeah, it's a bit hard to understand when you don't really know C. Seems Casio BASIC is so slow, even with libs a la 83+, devs prefer to learn C instead. If you want your C program to do anything remotely useful, you'll need a standard library (aka libc) containing all the basic functions your program will compile against. On calcs like Casios, this libc also includes functions to work with the screen, keypad, IO port, filesystem, etc. so programming for it will be easier. Most of those functions have BASIC equivalents, so making it a BASIC lib like DJ says kind of not makes sense or would probably not work within the usual BASIC interpreter without breaking everything. So yeah. Reimplementing BASIC or making a fast BASIC lib would be cool, yeah, but it's not really the point of this project, but such project will be able to use this one at its core.

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Other / Re: NHL Playoffs (ice hockey) + bracket challenge!
« on: April 21, 2017, 01:49:29 am »
Ducks won their series 4-0, as well as the Penguins (4-1). Nice.

EDIT: 3-2 Rangers. Well.

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