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wirate
January 9th, 2011, 09:08 PM
The link has the code for my first semester project. It is a pool game made in C for Windows. Considering I am a freshman, is it good enough?

http://www.mediafire.com/?4cjis6ru5bd56ge

It also has a bug. When two balls collide, sometimes, they dont collide and revolve around each other. It would be great if someone could fix this. Thank you :)

And hope you have Windows...

thatguruguy
January 9th, 2011, 09:18 PM
The link has the code for my first semester project. It is a pool game made in C for Windows. Considering I am a freshman, is it good enough?

http://www.mediafire.com/?4cjis6ru5bd56ge

It also has a bug. When two balls collide, sometimes, they dont collide and revolve around each other. It would be great if someone could fix this. Thank you :)

And hope you have Windows...

1. Good enough for what, exactly?
2. Aren't there any fora anywhere for programs written for windows?
3. Is this anything other than an attempt to get other people to do your homework for you? This is YOUR project for YOUR class. If it has problems, why don't YOU fix it?

worksofcraft
January 9th, 2011, 09:32 PM
The link has the code for my first semester project. It is a pool game made in C for Windows. Considering I am a freshman, is it good enough?

http://www.mediafire.com/?4cjis6ru5bd56ge

It also has a bug. When two balls collide, sometimes, they dont collide and revolve around each other. It would be great if someone could fix this. Thank you :)

And hope you have Windows...

You have a nice blog site and you write well :)

IDK about your project though... I use Ubuntu practically all the time and I can't be bothered to reboot to windows atm :shock:

wirate
January 9th, 2011, 09:38 PM
Good in the sense that whether it is complex enough considering I am a freshman. A project that generates a multiplication table is not good enough.
No its not an attempt to make you solve my problems. If you are interested, you compile the code (since no one will run my compiled executable) and run and see if you like it. And if you are even more interested, you see if you can fix the bug.
Thanks

wirate
January 9th, 2011, 09:41 PM
You have a nice blog site and you write well :)

IDK about your project though... I use Ubuntu practically all the time and I can't be bothered to reboot to windows atm :shock:

Thank you worksofcraft :)
No problem about the project (since you have been kind enough to visit my blog :D )