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[10:02 pm] Mini Moose 2707 -- NudeRaiderNudeRaider shouted: Mini Moose 2707 reminds me of when I wrote a sudoku solver in C++. First version just brute forced it and took about 10 minutes for an answer. 2nd version used logic to solve it and I couldn't believe it was practically instant. Oh, did you now?[09:06 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 13 is correct. You are the 119202nd person to have solved this problem.[08:58 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 12 is correct. You are the 112637th person to have solved this problem.[08:48 pm] lil-Inferno -- jjf28jjf28 shouted: may the 2nd best man get rekt I'm using this from now on.[08:25 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 11 is correct. You are the 123769th person to have solved this problem.[08:06 pm] Sacrieur -- Mathematica is a low orbital rekt cannon, firing ballistic projrektiles at the problem's general direktion[08:01 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 10 is correct. You are the 165752nd person to have solved this problem.[07:57 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 9 is correct. You are the 180704th person to have solved this problem.[07:38 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 8 is correct. You are the 182103rd person to have solved this problem.[07:26 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 7 is correct. You are the 207569th person to have solved this problem.[07:13 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 6 is correct. You are the 242122nd person to have solved this problem.[07:09 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 5 is correct. You are the 240320th person to have solved this problem.[07:05 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 4 is correct. You are the 227156th person to have solved this problem.[06:56 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 3 is correct. You are the 250594th person to have solved this problem.[06:36 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 2 is correct. You are the 344035th person to have solved this problem.[06:27 pm] lil-Inferno -- Congratulations, the answer you gave to problem 1 is correct. You are the 417876th person to have solved this problem.[05:48 pm] NudeRaider -- Hopefully Zirlotts used a CD/DVD to install Windows instead of using a downloaded Windows image. Otherwise he'd already downloaded a third party editor! THE PAIN![05:47 pm] NudeRaider -- Alternatively he can send me his hdd. I would gladly copy my version of ScmDraft over to him. Maybe someone can set up a VM that runs ScmDraft which Zirlotts can control remotely?[05:43 pm] NudeRaider -- Then we could send him a CD with ScmDraft 2. Would make for a nice and useful Christmas present[05:18 pm] NudeRaider -- To be fair, Azraels solution for zirlotts request also uses a 3rd party editor - namely notepad [04:39 pm] jjf28 -- @ NudeRaiderNudeRaider shouted: ... which makes every proof "possibly false, I just don't know why yet" lol [04:20 pm] NudeRaider -- jjf28jjf28 shouted: naw, you can use axioms that more people agree with hm if I understand that correctly it means you have to base your proof on assumptions which are generally accepted as true (=axioms). So following the scientific principle everything you assume could be false, even if it seems to be rock solid, but will be considered true until proven otherwise.[04:14 pm] NudeRaider -- Mini Moose 2707Mini Moose 2707 shouted: Got it down from 2slow to 106ms to ... 5ms on average now lel reminds me of when I wrote a sudoku solver in C++. First version just brute forced it and took about 10 minutes for an answer. 2nd version used logic to solve it and I couldn't believe it was practically instant. [04:07 pm] NudeRaider -- Mini Moose 2707Mini Moose 2707 shouted: Though the proof could be strengthened by him not attending class ... ignoring the joke, isn't a proof always absolute, as in there's no weak or strong proof, if it's undeniably true and can't be any truer.[11:41 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- FaRTy1billionFaRTy1billion shouted: Dem0n Paying for and attending college education being put to good use Both are debatable, as it's his parents that are paying and he has been known to not attend.[08:20 am] Sand Wraith -- FaRTy1billionFaRTy1billion shouted: Sand Wraith Sand Wraith pytile or hawttiles can do that hawttiles doesn't work cuz of unregistered ocx (which I have tried previously but did not work) so I stuck with PyTILE, but it's slightly buggy in that switching between megatile groups causes the current fields to carry over into the newly selected one[05:31 am] O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Dem0nDem0n shouted: I hope I passed this class so that I can dump this bullshit out of my head forever Paying for and attending college education being put to good use [05:28 am] O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Sand WraithSand Wraith shouted: Does anyone have a tile-editing program for SCBW? Sand WraithSand Wraith shouted: I want to set Water tile on Jungle tileset to be ground-walkable. pytile or hawttiles can do that[04:23 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- This is a curiousity. Three part &&, two fast divisibility checks, then one other (slower) function. Omitting both divisibility checks gives a wrong answer, including both gives a right answer. Including just one gives the right answer, but slows the program down because then the slower function gets checked. Short circuiting for the win. |

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