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#241 p4nix

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Posted 10 October 2014 - 06:36 PM

I even had to google to find out what exactly 'haskell' is :P

No, sorry!



#242 flyingfisch

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Posted 14 October 2014 - 03:29 AM

That's ok, I was just curious, since I am trying to learn it :)



#243 Sheepolution

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Posted 22 October 2014 - 01:46 AM

Name: Daniël Haazen

Birthday: 29 October

Age: 19

Hobbies: Playing games, making games

Interests: Programming with limits.

Where you got your username: I used to name myself Sheep and also Revolution. When both were taken on a website I decided to mix them, and thus was Sheepolution created.



#244 flyingfisch

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Posted 22 October 2014 - 10:18 PM

lol, I thought is was Sheep and Solution combined. Welcome :)



#245 Sheepolution

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Posted 22 October 2014 - 10:19 PM

Well in the end, it's supposed to be Sheep and Pollution combined!

http://sheepolution.com/



#246 Valsartan

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Posted 08 December 2014 - 01:54 PM

Name:Valsartan

Age:17

Hobbies: programming and reading

Where you got your username: my mother has a chemist's and I like to help her. It's the name of a medicine

#247 xelusi

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 06:31 AM

Name: Xelusi :rolleyes:

Birthday: :rolleyes:

Age:44

Hobbies:Fishing

Interests: :rolleyes:

Where you got your username: made it up myself during those day for yahoo mail...



#248 bird

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Posted 20 January 2015 - 02:13 PM

Greetings to everyone.

 

Name(optional): Nik

Birthday: JUNE

Age: 30

Hobbies: Flying, windsurfing, running.

Interests: Everything RF/mobile comms, aviation

Where you got your username: I am an engineer aspiring to become a pilot but I'd rather be a bird to save going through life with an empty pockets due to flying :)))

 

I have no serious experience with programming calculators but a couple of weeks ago I was struck with the idea to get one and the only brand I know is casio.

Initially I was opting for an fx fd10 pro due to its rugged features to use in the field, but as it was way expensive to get one in Europe I opted for an fx-5800P.

 

I intend to write some code for aviation calculations (e.g. wind triangles, altimetry etc.) You can get apps in your smart phone to do this, I know but hey I am an engineer.

Hopefully I can rely on all you guys for support in the future.


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#249 Tom

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Posted 25 January 2015 - 05:41 PM

Hey, I thought I'd join this forum as I enjoy playing with the circuitry of the Casio fx calculators. I'm trying a few things at the moment:

 

  • Extract the screen of one of the calculators, and use it an another project
  • Execute arbitrary code on the calculators, or access debug/dev features

Neither have been particularly successful so far but I'm still learning about the circuitry of the calculators. Any knowledge that anyone has on either of these would be brilliant!

(also, how this username wasn't already taken is beyond me.)



#250 NeilPatrickHarris

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Posted 27 March 2015 - 07:34 AM

Hi

Name: omer,

from Istanbul

Age 24 (13/08/91)

Job: mechanical engineer

Hobbies: cosmology, play and watch basketball, english.

Edited by NeilPatrickHarris, 27 March 2015 - 07:37 AM.


#251 outshine_Polaris

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Posted 29 March 2015 - 12:06 AM

Name: outshine_Polaris (not irl, obviously.)

Birthday: annual

Age: 166598 microcenturies

Hobbies: Being difficult, juggling sticks, problem solving, programmning, prayer. (particular order, but I'm not telling which one. See first of list.:)

Interests: Being difficult, prayer, juggling sticks, problem solving, programming. (no particular order.)

Where I got my username: Autocorrect.



#252 DHeart

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Posted 17 September 2015 - 08:42 PM

Name: DragonHeart

Birthday: May

Age: To old for this!

Hobbies: motorcycle trackday riding; car and bike thinkering; Hacker/Maker wannabe; engineering student; 

Where I got my username: it's so old that I forgot how did I get it!



#253 EngrWarsi

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 01:21 PM

Hi I am Engr Warsi, a civil engineer.

From Pakistan.

I recently bought Casio Fx-9860gii SD 

I have somewhat experience of programming with C and VISUAL BASIC

 

I want to make programs on casio and share so that all other civil engineers be benefited from them.
 



#254 donf

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Posted 21 December 2015 - 02:57 AM

Name: Don
BD: Nov 19
Age: 71
Hobbies: calcs, science, electronics, how things work
Interest: Reading about the above, bike riding.
User name short for bad typist

#255 Viliami

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Posted 22 December 2015 - 09:27 AM

Hello Guys, My name is Viliami.

 

Birthday:    Dec 18 1998

Age:           17

Interests:    Playstation, Programming, Manga, Chess, Tetris, NitroType, Call of Duty, Rubiks Cube, BCI (brain computer interface), VR, AI programming, Algorithms, SONY, Computer Vision, Cell Automata and Game Development.

Username: Just my name

 

I like to program in C++ and I'm currently learning about OpenGL.

I also know other programming languages like Java and Python and C.

The add-ins I make are written in C, since I don't know assembly yet, but it is on my to-learn list.

 

Potential Calculator Programming Goals (for fx-9860GIIs):

- Learn SH4 assembly and create a fast and stable grayscale emulator.

- Make a calculator 3D rendering engine, with grayscale. Someone's already making it for a TI-calc.

- Connect the calc to the internet.

- Make another SDK for linux, with an emulator and syntax highlighting.

- Make an online emulator.


Edited by Viliami, 01 February 2016 - 12:05 AM.


#256 Salvo777

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Posted 26 January 2016 - 10:59 AM

Hello Guys

 

my name is Salvo and I live in Italy

Birthday:    March 28

Interests:    PC, Programming, Calculators,  Mountain Bike and Girls  :) 

 

Sorry for my bad English! :greengrin:

 

Greetings to all the Staff and all the Members of this nice Forum :)



#257 frankmar98

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Posted 03 March 2016 - 03:11 PM

Hello, 

My name is Frank and I´m Spanish and live in Andalusia, Spain.

Birthday: July 1

Age: 17

Hobbies: Photography, programming.

Interests: Programming, bioinformatics, calculators, chemistry, physics, maths, biology, electronics and hardware. I study 2º of Health Science Baccaleureate.

My username: my name + my surname + my birthdate.

 

I love Microsoft, and GNU-Linux also. I admire Visual Studio development tools, and the speed and stability ol linux.

 

Greetings to all for this forum.

 

Regards


Edited by frankmar98, 12 April 2016 - 01:09 PM.


#258 Forty-Two

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Posted 13 April 2016 - 04:04 AM

Welcome, Viliami, Salvo0777, and frankmar98! Good to see we still have quite the international userbase.

 

For our linux users, what's you're favorite distro?  I've used Fedora for a long time, but I'm using Arch on my current desktop, and I have to say the AUR is amazing.



#259 frankmar98

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Posted 13 April 2016 - 11:15 AM

I like debian based distros, my favorite one is puppy linux, perfect for my old pentium 4, and Dell Mini 9, also I use Debian on my Raspberry Pi model 1 B, and lubuntu in my old Core 2 duo laptop.

 

When I was 14 years old, I learnt programming in C, with Puppy Linux, and GCC, in a Pentium 4 with 512 MB of RAM and broken hard disk (I used a pendrive to install linux). 

 

Regards



#260 Viliami

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Posted 14 April 2016 - 02:45 AM

I am currently using Centos 7 but I like Ubuntus package manager a lot more.

It's so much easier to find and install things with it.



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Posted 14 April 2016 - 03:24 AM

I am currently using Centos 7 but I like Ubuntus package manager a lot more.

It's so much easier to find and install things with it.

I've had the opposite experience. I find it much easier to just do 'dnf whatprovides' instead of mucking about with apt-cache. Though I do agree the GUI in *buntu is much better than Fedora's default gui. I don't tend to look for software in the gui any more, really. I either know what I want already, or I will just google for it.


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#262 flyingfisch

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Posted 27 April 2016 - 08:01 PM

What exactly don't you like about apt-get? I never had an issue with it, and it seemed to work pretty well for anything I needed. I never use the GUI btw.



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Posted 28 April 2016 - 11:01 PM

What exactly don't you like about apt-get? I never had an issue with it, and it seemed to work pretty well for anything I needed. I never use the GUI btw.

For a few reasons, really. It's not cleanly split into separate binaries like pacman or dnf are; you need to use apt-get for somethings and apt-cache for others. That should really be abstracted away so you only need to remember one commands. Additionally, it doesn't actually uninstall packages by default; you must use apt-get purge for that and not just apt-get remove. It is also very hard to see how much progress is left in your install or w/e because it tends to be obscured by how verbose apt-get is. Admittedly, it is good to have some diagnostic info for the admin so they know what changes the may need to do manually, but it is difficult to sort everything out. I think pacman has the best balance here.



#264 flyingfisch

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Posted 29 April 2016 - 09:36 PM

Hmm, that's interesting. Firstly, I'm pretty sure modern Ubuntu versions only require apt-get, I've never had to touch apt-cache. Secondly, apt-get remove removes the actual binaries and stuff, the only thing it doesn't remove are config files, which I think is a good thing. Are there instances where this would be a problem?



#265 MarioR

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Posted 21 November 2016 - 10:09 PM

Name: Mario

Birthday: March 15

Age: 44

Hobbies: my family, my house, programming everyting

Interests: currently my studies

Where you got your username: ... :)



#266 Krtyski

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Posted 02 December 2016 - 06:08 AM

I'm just curious how many Japanese speakers have come and introduced here...

 

ちょっと興味があるけど、日本語を使う人が何人くらいここで自己紹介したんでしょ?



#267 Sal

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Posted 18 January 2017 - 01:19 PM

User ID: Sal
Gender: Yes!
Best personal trait: Er, uh, I'll get back on that, uh...
Age: Early Geezer Years
What I like to do: Spend hours and hours using different search engines from around the world and translation software to find useful information about my Casio calculators:
fx-3800P fx-4500PA fx-5800P
Dream: Adding a second flash chip to my fx-5800P, figuring out how to USE it for something, and understanding the serial interface on the fx-5800P. And of course, managing to purchase a second fx-5800P to help understand the serial interface. Might as well wish for a second fx-4500PA, a really nice programmable. :-)
Best of everything to you all.

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#268 Roald

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Posted 19 January 2017 - 10:31 PM

Hi.
My name is Roald.
Im 38 years old
I live in Sandnes, Norway.

I run a steel construction company with 11 employees.

Im about to write my self in on a technical school for constructions.

I use Casio Classpad II. New to these advanced calculators :)




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