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Possibly. I'm not too sure what I'm making right now, other than an abomination.
Woo mildly correct looking movement!
And once again I join the magical world of 3D!
How I've missed things making absolutely no sense.
Not that I do much personal coding these days, but most of it is on there. The rest is lurking in private bitbucket repos.
Where's all the yellow coming from?
There's no yellow on any of the flags.
Tbh when I give you a programming task in on interview I'm far more interested in your problem solving abilities than your knowledge of obscure algorithms. Being able to come up with a solution to a...
Yep. If the client has a scriptenforcer bypass (or the server has sv_allowcslua 1) then you can run net messages almost as easily as you can concommands.
No it doesn't - the entity can still do it all for the players but it has to do it all on the server. Why would the client need to send the table where the entity is? The server knows where the...
The client should not work out what entities need to be removed. Never trust the client.
Just send the name of the button that the client pressed. Let the server work out where the client is, where...
Please note that you are an excellent programmer and the ability to really get programming in the purest sense is extremely rare in the general population.
It's a lot easier to learn basic...
Are you going to have multiple routes underground?
You have to send the FormData as the content, not a JSON object holding the FormData.
Give your form an ID, then use new FormData($('#myform').get(0)) to pack everything in the form into the object...
Was the print quality OK? I couldn't find a high enough resolution picture of Garry's face and Moonpig kept complaining.
Look at the example I gave in my first post. I'm sure you can adapt it to use jQuery.
How to send FormData objects with Ajax-requests in jQuery?
Do you actually need jQuery? I realise school projects can be oddly specific but it's not necessary.
Just shove a FormData through a XMLHttpRequest.
Has my card turned up? It should have - I paid for a first class stamp and everything.
- inaccurate information -
use .. to join strings together.
"CREATE TABLE " .. v[k] .. " ( unique_id varchar(255), count int )"
Ohhhh. I get it now! Are you going to show the above/below elevations at some point? Like with a lighter colour for ones above you and a darker colour for ones below.
Is it a side-on view? I honestly have no idea what I'm looking at. You keep posting these intricate maps but they might as well be white noise to me. :x
Which bit's the mountain?
Neat, though ideally I'd like to use the built in systems.
This is a friendly reminder that regular backups are widely regarded as quite a good idea.
I'd love to, though I lack a SVN client at the moment. Did you go for a gettext style interface? I've been vaguely considering writing a wrapper to add one since the existing single function is so...
I still disagree with you, but I think Scoped is about to have an aneurism so let's stop.
If you're not paying attention while coding your code will become messy no matter what you use.
Also, I put it to you that most people that use it don't know what it does other than "wow it...
-- important stuff
if (stuff_failed) then
-- more important stuff
Only by that guy's reasoning.
GOTO is also practical and works. You're still programming badly if you use it in a high level situation.
Define reasonable. Do you mean "ignorant"?
If you're a bad programmer then sure.
Because using package.seeall is a shooting offence. Thus you must localise all the globals you want to use befell the module() call.
Upvalues aren't GC'd until all functions that know about them are GC'd (or you set them to nil!). Be careful with your scope.
Also I was slightly expecting Garry to be the one to open my card so uh... Just be aware that it's going to be a bit surprising when you open the envelope.
It saves a global lookup each time you use the table (with actual tangible speed difference for complex code). It's also required for modules (so a good habit to get into) and can be useful when...
You haven't written any testsssssssss
Well if he already said he'd do it then I'm sure a polite reminder is all that is necessary.
Enjoy your fucking weird card. http://i.imgur.com/H2Tg5.gif
How annoying. I was hoping to have my tools fully localised to Pirate.
I guess the best course of action is to get several addons fully loaded up and translated to several languages and then ask...
So, you're making an addon.
You spend ages moving all your hard coded text to #language_tags and language.GetPhrase calls and produce a great big file full of language.Add calls.
Then what? How do...
Who's making it worse? This is regulating it to 5 beers chosen by the organizers per day rather than an entire bottle of cleaning fluid or whatever they were on before.
Found this on a quick google search
You might as well be buying skullcandy if you want overpriced crap with a big logo on it.
They also offer free automatic deployment on push via SSH+SFTP for 5 projects.
This is basically my entire "backup" strategy. God help me if it ever dies. :v:
Something like this
local countdown = 0;
net.Receive( "Countdown Update", function( len )
countdown = net.ReadUInt(32)
hook.Add( "Think", "Super awesome countdown of doom", function()...
Network the end time and then use a think hook with DeltaTime for precise updating.
net.Receive( "sc_verify", function(len, ply)
local a = net.ReadString()