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Post PHP server-side execution

30th July 2010

Continue executing a PHP script after page has been sent


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onLoad events

21st July 2010

a bit more durable then using the onLoad function


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Gradients

26th July 2009

Generic gradients ready to use


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Mathematical Line

21st April 2008

a linear equation from two points


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Algorithms: Binary Trees Example

7th October 2007

Here is an example of a Binary Tree. Binary Trees are used for storing data where each node holds two more nodes on it's left and right branch. When you input a value to the root node it is passed to the left branch if it is less then the current value or *snip*


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Algorithms: Linked List Example

7th October 2007

Here is an example of how to implement a simple linked list. It also uses recursion to implement some of the functions. For example there are two reverse functions, one which uses iteration and one which uses recursion.

[code]Type List
Field firstNode*snip*


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Inselkampf Bot

22nd February 2007

I wondered if it were possible to make a bot for Inselkampf, and 2 hours later here it is. Now logs in itself, and finds the session id to be used. Current version posted is for use with a Ruby terminal as it has print outs of buildings it makes and fails *snip*


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List v.1.2

8th December 2006

Dynamic Arrays in Blitz Max


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Dynamic Array v.1.2

7th December 2006

Dynamic Arrays in Blitz

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