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 View Topic : Android on your PC? Android x86 can be installed on some netbooks, e.g. Eee PC

 View Topic : Wishing for a Usable MacOSX Art Package Pixen is ok for my needs.

 View Topic : Higgs Boson found? I wasn't even aware that Higgs had lost his boson.

 View Topic : Why Python? I assumed that an understanding of Python was a prerequisite.

 View Topic : Why Python? I don't get why they want you to know Python for introductory AI. Learning Lisp or Prolog would make more sense.

 View Topic : Mac issues iFixit is a good resource for do-it-yourself troubleshooting and repair.

 View Topic : array Problem Unlikely. The library functions would be C/C++ not BlitzBasic.

 View Topic : array Problem Can't you just use the Replace\$ function? Function CHECK(E\$[16]) For X = 1 To 16 E[X] = Replace(E[X],"B","*") Print E[X] Next End Function -->

 View Topic : array Problem I guess if you use that method, you may as well not use an array at all. i.e. just use the built-in type iterators. They're stored in a linked-list, so effectively you'd have a dynamic array.

 View Topic : array Problem I'm no Blitz expert, so apologies if this is utter crap. It seems to me you could wrap the string array in a custom type. This would be passed by reference, e.g. Const Max = 5 Type StringArray Field s\$[Max] End Type Function Dump(t.StringArray) For i = 1 To Max Print t\s[i] Next End Function o.StringArray = New StringArray o\s[1] = "one" o\s[2] = "two" o\s[3] = "three" o\s[4] = "four" o\s[5] = "five" Dump(o) -->

 View Topic : C++ Pointer Loving If you're seeking to illustrate the use of references, it's a bad example. Not wanting to appear too critical... but the return statement in your increment() function is completely redundant. Actually, the function itself is inefficient and would probably be better implemented as a macro - that's assuming you really need to rename that particular operation in the first place, which I would also question.

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