It's only displaying the last line when using the locate command, but without it spits it all out. The locate command works when I use a static character though. (Which is why I have no idea what's wrong...) Here's what I have: CLS DIM matrix(1 TO 5, 1 TO 5) AS INTEGER PRINT "Opening MATRIX.D... more
Puckdropper was on the right track with the white spaces.
I stumbled back on this topic because I was checking the old news entries and this was linked. Because it was never solved, I tried to recreate it.
Sure enough, it did just as it did back then (why wouldn't it?)
Doing the fol... more
Who does that?
Seriously, WHO DOES THAT?
I get why they did that, it's kinda annoying to do a
cout when you want to make a simple table.
print "My Values", value, value2, value3 is much cleaner.
(I think I read the manual for print back in like 1999. Oh those wild "end of the mil... more
jumping to documentation when I have a question about how/why something is working not like I expect it to.
COBOL is full of weirdnesses and multiple ways to do things.
Example, here's one of the DISPLAY statement's possible syntaxes:
Source: https://www.microfocus.com/docum... more
at least in the beginning. That said, I feel like I rarely got into more than a small set of the commands available and just found ways to hack together the same few commands to make things "work". Grimace, Wry, and the Dragon Slayer Demo are great examples of this. It's a ton of spaghetti code do... more
until I was introduced to them in college... I may not be super familiar with Perl, but Larry Wall's philosophies changed the way I view certain things. One is if an operation is really common, maybe someone's already got a command for it. So there's RTRIM$, LTRIM$, etc because people needed to r... more
32 million downloads: https://www.npmjs.com/package/is-even
But in a rational sense, that's a good philosophy. These days, I find myself looking to see if someone already created a package or library online before attempting to reinvent the wheel myself.
I think my first real experience wit... more
d tells you if the result has a remainder? (Or shoot, you can just look at the last bit. If 1, not even.) It would kinda make sense in C, where the package could handle different numbers and number types, but isn't a number in JS just a number? (Been a while since I've looked at JS.)
One area... more
It relies on another package called "is-odd".
This is the entire code for "is-even"
* Copyright (c) 2015, 2017, Jon Schlinkert.
* Released under the MIT License.
I guess that could be a good programming language feature. After all, you're better off with well used libraries than you are writing your own in most cases. (The number of "Apps" on Android that are rewritten versions of other apps--with no more features or even a different design is staggering. ... more
I can use the data loaded into the matrix to define the color of the block that I'm outputing. I just can't output it exactly. Ex: FOR x% = 1 TO 5 FOR y% = 1 TO 5 COLOR matrix(x%, y%) PRINT "#" NEXT y% NEXT x% I'm thinking if I store the data in double quotes ("") in the file, it'l... more