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[2014-10-23. : 2:12 am]
BloodyZombie117 -- Maybe... Either way...
[2014-10-23. : 2:10 am]
jjf28 -- think dev either transferred that from old accounts, or was lazy enough to just give them to everyone
[2014-10-23. : 2:09 am]
BloodyZombie117 -- Also somehow I already own the Shoutbox color... Odd.
[2014-10-23. : 2:08 am]
jjf28 -- gz
[2014-10-23. : 2:08 am]
jjf28 -- :O
[2014-10-23. : 2:07 am]
BloodyZombie117 -- 600? That's a box?
[2014-10-23. : 2:07 am]
BloodyZombie117 -- Wut.
[2014-10-23. : 1:59 am]
Dem0n -- I think I am :O I think it gives you a specific tabbing error if you didn't tab properly
[2014-10-23. : 1:59 am]
Dem0n -- yeah
[2014-10-23. : 1:56 am]
Mini Moose 2707 -- Are you tabbing everywhere it wants tabs? Google says make is very picky about tabs.
[2014-10-23. : 1:46 am]
Dem0n -- directory isn't the problem; it's something I'm doing in the Makefile
[2014-10-23. : 1:46 am]
Dem0n -- jjf28
jjf28 shouted: o you said public0 files (plural), made it sound like you had multiple main() functions; so he gave you the makefile, and the c files? Is there supposed to be an error - or can we assume the directory setup is the problem?
well each public file has a main() function, and yeah, he gave me an empty Makefile and the other files
[2014-10-23. : 1:43 am]
Roy -- I like your optimism.
[2014-10-23. : 1:43 am]
Mini Moose 2707 -- He just secretly wants to help us become better teachers
[2014-10-23. : 1:39 am]
Roy -- No, Demon doesn't use Google. We've been trying to get him to do that for about half a year now.
[2014-10-23. : 1:39 am]
Mini Moose 2707 -- Or he could google makefiles, they're not the most obscure thing ever
[2014-10-23. : 1:38 am]
jjf28 -- sounds about right :roy:
[2014-10-23. : 1:38 am]
Roy -- I can predict how this conversation is going to go: you guys will ask questions back and forth and get nowhere, and then Demon will eventually read his assignment or check his student forums and find the answer, and then say something to the effect of "lel" here.
[2014-10-23. : 1:37 am]
jjf28 -- I'll look up my notes on makefiles if someone that actually uses them doesn't show up :P
[2014-10-23. : 1:36 am]
jjf28 -- o you said public0 files (plural), made it sound like you had multiple main() functions; so he gave you the makefile, and the c files? Is there supposed to be an error - or can we assume the directory setup is the problem?
[2014-10-23. : 1:33 am]
Dem0n -- I was copying a Makefile that my professor made, and he just did public%: public%.c, which I assume compiles all the public files or whatever
[2014-10-23. : 1:33 am]
Dem0n -- wat
[2014-10-23. : 1:32 am]
jjf28 -- shouldn't have multiple mains in a single compile
[2014-10-23. : 1:30 am]
Dem0n -- Everything includes htable.h, and the public0# files have the main() functions, but then it says it can't find main() when I try to use make
[2014-10-23. : 1:29 am]
Mini Moose 2707 -- rekt
[2014-10-23. : 1:29 am]
Dem0n -- This is my directory, and this is my Makefile.
[2014-10-23. : 1:29 am]
Dem0n -- yep
[2014-10-23. : 1:27 am]
Mini Moose 2707 -- Do you specifically need to use make?
[2014-10-23. : 1:26 am]
Dem0n -- jk I don't know wtf I'm doing
[2014-10-23. : 1:21 am]
Dem0n -- hold on jff; lemme try to figure it out
[2014-10-23. : 1:21 am]
Dem0n -- lul
[2014-10-23. : 1:21 am]
Mini Moose 2707 -- I would rather just tell a compiler what to do on a command line. Or use an IDE, lel
[2014-10-23. : 1:20 am]
Mini Moose 2707 -- Oh, actual makefiles are something different, I don't use them
[2014-10-23. : 1:20 am]
jjf28 -- puush the makefile/main.cpp code, I'm in no mood for word problems :P
[2014-10-23. : 1:18 am]
Dem0n -- i have test files that have main() in them, which are linked to a header file with just prototypes, and I link those two together or whatever, but it says it can't find main()
[2014-10-23. : 1:17 am]
Dem0n -- I'm trying to link files together and then when I try to use my makefile, it says it can't find main()
[2014-10-23. : 1:17 am]
Mini Moose 2707 -- You would do something like g++ -o program.exe program.cpp and g++ will be like "here you go, have an executable"
[2014-10-23. : 1:17 am]
Dem0n -- mine isn't working ;_;
[2014-10-23. : 1:16 am]
Mini Moose 2707 -- I know what makefiles are, because I'm old
[2014-10-23. : 12:54 am]
jjf28 -- gross artifacts of the IDEless compiler age :P
[2014-10-23. : 12:19 am]
Dem0n -- farty bb do you know what Makefiles are
[2014-10-22. : 8:20 pm]
Dem0n -- Yeah
[2014-10-22. : 8:14 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- so do you know how to set it up then?
[2014-10-22. : 8:14 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- because the value of the bit is basically just 2 to the power of the subscript
[2014-10-22. : 8:13 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- oh, ok. That makes more sense. xD
[2014-10-22. : 8:13 pm]
Dem0n -- Oh, my bad, it's actually b2b1b0
[2014-10-22. : 8:10 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Plus I'm sure it's just to demonstrate understanding, so if he intended for them to be the other way all of the truthtables and logic are the same other than just switching two inputs xD
[2014-10-22. : 8:09 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- typically bit 0 is the least significant, and is the rightmost bit.
[2014-10-22. : 8:09 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I'd assume so based on the way it is set up ...
[2014-10-22. : 8:09 pm]
Dem0n -- Probably most significant
[2014-10-22. : 8:09 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- So you are looking for 010, 011, 101, and 111. I am just not sure if b1 is supposed to be the least-significant (value of 1) or the most-significant (value of 4).
[2014-10-22. : 8:08 pm]
Dem0n -- Oh, well that's not hard lel
[2014-10-22. : 8:08 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Dem0n
Dem0n shouted: Or does that just mean if it's like 1 1 1, that means the number is 7?
Yes
[2014-10-22. : 8:08 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- so 000, 001, 010, 011, 100, 101, 110, 111
[2014-10-22. : 8:07 pm]
Dem0n -- Or does that just mean if it's like 1 1 1, that means the number is 7?
[2014-10-22. : 8:07 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- 3-bit number is a number with 3 bits ...
[2014-10-22. : 8:07 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- shit
[2014-10-22. : 8:07 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- is b1[/sup] the least significant (1[sub]dec) or the most significant (4dec)?
[2014-10-22. : 8:07 pm]
Dem0n -- But like, what does a 3-bit number mean? How do I know if any of those outputs are prime?
[2014-10-22. : 8:07 pm]
Dem0n -- Yeah, I don't think we count 1 as prime
[2014-10-22. : 8:06 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I guess it's just 2, 3, 5, 7
[2014-10-22. : 8:06 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Or 0? 1, 2, 3, 5, 7.
[2014-10-22. : 8:05 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Are you counting 1 and 2 as prime?
[2014-10-22. : 8:05 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- By listing them!
[2014-10-22. : 8:04 pm]
Dem0n -- I don't know how to tell which combinations of those numbers would produce primes (or if that's even what the question is asking)
[2014-10-22. : 8:03 pm]
Dem0n -- The three columns for the table are composed of b1, b2, and b3
[2014-10-22. : 8:02 pm]
Dem0n -- Anyone know how to do a truth table for b1b2b3, a 3-bit number, where you output 1 if the number is prime and 0 if it isn't?
[2014-10-22. : 8:01 pm]
sigsaucy -- perm cloak: 0x400,000 detector: 0x8000
[2014-10-22. : 8:00 pm]
sigsaucy -- instead of changing the dt advanced flag for permenant cloaking, wouldn't it be easier to assign a detector flag to a unit?
[2014-10-22. : 7:57 pm]
sigsaucy -- Mini Moose 2707
Mini Moose 2707 shouted: sigsaucy rekt
i hoping this phase would pass more quickly

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