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Socoder -> JSE -> Interesting CONST Use

Posted : Tuesday, 24 May 2022, 19:56
Jayenkai

Interesting CONST Use


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An interesting use-case for CONSTs in JSE.
The parser will directly copy any text after the = sign, to any place where the $Name exists within the code. This means you can create almost function-like bits of code using them, as long as what you're doing can fit on the line.

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Posted : Wednesday, 25 May 2022, 01:11
Pakz
I was looking into lookup tables yesterday. Thinking this was all easy stuff. What if I made a array of (1000,1000,1000,1000) and stored distances into that.
I think my math needs training as that is a bit to big javascript can have around a maximal of 4 billion items in a array.

I think you fixed the arrays inside brackets. I had no problems yesterday with that. Not sure with array(array(i))
Posted : Wednesday, 25 May 2022, 13:40
Dan
Nice !



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