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  1. Thread: Ocaml-OpenGL

    by Kadrus
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    Re: Ocaml-OpenGL

    *sheeh* old thread..Well the documenation of Glcaml helped me out back then,didn't use tutorials..i found the manual to be more helpful tbh.
    http://glcaml.sourceforge.net/doc/index.html
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    Re: Need good source for JavaScript!

    http://www.crockford.com/javascript/
    http://www.crockford.com/javascript/little.html (little schemer in javascript)
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    Re: prolog ocaml comparison

    Here's one..thought I would do project euler 1,so everyone can see what im doing.

    let rec mylist = function
    |0->[]
    |n->n::(mylist(n-1));;
    List.fold_left (+) 0 (List.filter (fun x-> x mod...
  4. Thread: Actionscript

    by Kadrus
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    Re: Actionscript

    MTASC(Motion Twin Action Script Compiler),open source,implemented in Objective CAML,it's successor haXe.
    http://www.mtasc.org/
    http://haxe.org/
  5. Thread: Bored to tears

    by Kadrus
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    Re: Bored to tears

    This website is a new Haskell tutorial(I think),that got announced on Planet Haskell.A nice tutorial for beginners as well.I would recommend it.


    The Haskell School of Expression is an excellent...
  6. Thread: Bored to tears

    by Kadrus
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    Re: Bored to tears

    Don't learn a new language yet.Keep on learning Python and doing project euler problems.
    Sort them by difficulties,there are a lot of problems that you can solve,IIRC we are at the same age.
    You...
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    Re: C# guys, show us your sugar!

    Disagreed.
    Books from Amazon related to C# game development.
    Google->tutorials
    That's not a reason to stop/start learning a language in my opinion.
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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    A post by post search wouldn't hurt :p
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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    or just search the thread..
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    Re: C++ error while string parsing

    I think he uses Pygments.You can use it from your desktop.
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    Re: [Beginner] Programming Challenge: 6

    mm..it would be better to write a code,than to copy one ^^
    http://99-bottles-of-beer.net/language-hq9+-1334.html
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    Re: Matlab for Linux

    I would recommend GNU Octave
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    Re: How hard would this be?

    Sheesh!
    Post between the code tags :p
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    Re: [SOLVED] syntax highlighting in vi

    You type this command in Vi,where language.vim is the language you wish to highlight.
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    Re: syntax highlighting in vi

    you can try:
    :so $VIMRUNTIME/syntax/language.vim
  16. Re: How to install pymunk python physics engine?

    If the problem is solved mark it in the thread.
  17. Re: How to install pymunk python physics engine?

    I beleive I gave you the instructions here :http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=5743220&postcount=8
    Read the documentation,if you are not willing to help yourself,no one will help you.
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    Re: learning older languages

    BASIC!? ](*,) GOTO Hell!{joke}
  19. Re: I am unable to compile and my java programs

    Mark the thread as solved so people can know that there is no more problem.
  20. Re: I am unable to compile and my java programs

    well in terminal you can do:

    cd ~/Desktop
    and compile the program using javac.
    It should work.
  21. Re: I am unable to compile and my java programs

    You have to place the file in your home directory if I am not mistaken.
    Where is it located now?
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    Re: learning older languages

    g77- GNU Fortran Compiler
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    Re: learning older languages

    True,but I believe that there are better alternatives for scientific computing,such as Haskell,ML -- derived languages,SciPy as well is very good,and Sun has been developing Fortress which is...
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    Re: [Beginner] Programming Challenge: 6

    It can be considered valid if you do not use an imperative style,and if you use tail recursion.
  25. Thread: forum needed

    by Kadrus
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    Re: forum needed

    You can integrate a PunBB forum software which is open source into your website.
    It requires very minimal PHP knowledge,plus documentation is available.
    http://punbb.org/ or now known as FluxBB :...
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