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Simple DARN recursive circles fractal ! on Sep 28
 Re: Simple DARN recursive circles fractal !Anonymous on Sep 28
  Sorry but this is not the spirit of recursion ;-)Lisztfr on Sep 28
   *Read about the Ackermann function on Oct 1
  Triangle fractal recursiv on Sep 28
   Beautiful! ... on Sep 28
    Colors on Sep 28
     *The colors thing is great, and yes, I should have commented on the code -- very elegant! on Sep 28
      *Thanks, but not running in XP ?Lisztfr on Sep 29
       I have Windows 7... on Sep 29
        Vesa stuff .. ?Lisztfr on Sep 30
         I didn't make the patch. Found it at Phatcode.net. on Sep 30
          Micro$oft's goal is to eventually create operating systems that any idiot can run... on Sep 30
           *I would love to see how many they would sell, if they didn't come bundled with new comps! on Oct 1
on error goto on Sep 27
 on error goto 0 ??Lisztfr on Sep 27
  DeletedAnonymous on Sep 27
   Use those options when compiling with BC.exe on Sep 27
 Open each FOR APPEND before killing them on Sep 27
  Re: Open each FOR APPEND before killing themLenfras on Sep 29
   Unfortunately you gotta OPEN them to check em on Sep 29
 I would change the code a bit, too... on Sep 28
 Correct way to check for file existence:Solitaire on Sep 28
  * ? exists; "" :-)Clippy on Sep 29
access qbasic on Sep 26
 WrongLisztfr on Sep 26
 Don't assume anything.Solitaire on Sep 26
  Orunseen Machine on Sep 26
Random Number HelpBob on Sep 25
 * Read the Homework link above. No code, no help! on Sep 25
 Look upunseenmachine on Sep 25
Some nice fractal on Sep 24
 The Sorcerer's ApprenticeLisztfr on Sep 25
  You've given new meaning to recursion... on Sep 25
   Sierpinsky recursiv on Sep 28
    *That's Sierpiński to you. on Sep 30
     * I did not know that Australians used oomlauts! :-PClippy on Sep 30
     * Tak, rozumiem, miniej więcejLisztfr on Oct 1
     * It is a fractal. Looking like Sierpinki's, very close.Lisztfr on Oct 1
problem with GOTO commmand inside SUBYanR on Sep 23
 GOTOLisztfr on Sep 23
  GOTO inside SUBYanR on Sep 23
   2 cents..Lisztfr on Sep 23
    even better dont use GOTOUnseen Machine on Sep 23
     SureLisztfr on Sep 24
      Nested loops are necessary,Solitaire on Sep 26
      * Another thing to avoid...being French! Nasty people! :-P on Sep 26
Please help with loopingLuke on Sep 22
 * Homework? Post what you have done so far.Clippy on Sep 22
 Loop demoUnseen Machine on Sep 23
Stupid programLisztfr on Sep 22
 "For every recursive algorithm, there is an iterative algorithm." on Sep 23
  Are you sure (*URL)qbguy on Sep 24
   Yes I'm sure on Oct 10
 REAL RECURSIVITY (working example)Lisztfr on Sep 23
  No stack space issue ... ! on Sep 23
  * 3 ^ 4 ? not working...Lisztfr on Sep 23
   How to compute cubics with that method ? on Sep 23
   Fibonacci in a SUB... ! on Sep 23
   Recursive hellLisztfr on Sep 23
    More stuff on Sep 24
Recursion unexpected on Sep 21
 Floating point numbers do not exactly equal the corresponding integer value.Solitaire on Sep 21
  Same thing with integer on Sep 21
   * Try using integer division \Solitaire on Sep 21
  a = 80 : stack overflow on Sep 21
 You have to exit ALL recursionsangros47 on Sep 21
  Function on Sep 21
   *the final command exit current sub, not all subs.angros47 on Sep 21
    findspacce function i wrote some dayLisztfr on Sep 22
    Sum function on Sep 22
     Or you could doC. F. Gauss on Sep 22
      Good example here on Sep 22
       Strange n values on Sep 22
More Questions Regarding operators, data types indenting, etc...Negative on Sep 20
 Some answers --Solitaire on Sep 20
Please Help Me :( on Sep 20
 Warning - Can not post this message. Please login and try again. on Sep 20
 * READ the Homework Policy in the header! Post your code!Clippy on Sep 20
Draw a circle using only PSET and integers: no SIN/COS, no SQRT...angros47 on Sep 19
 Here's one from meUnseen Machine on Sep 19
 Re: Draw a circle using only PSET and integers: no SIN/COS, no SQRT...Ben on Sep 19
  The Breshenham algorithm revisitedDavid on Sep 20
   could you use LINE?Ben on Sep 20
    Re: could you use LINE?Ben on Sep 20
   * What trick? There are no non-integer pixel positions!Clippy on Sep 20
 More funLisztfr on Sep 20
Another challengeLisztfr on Sep 15
 *URLDavid on Sep 15
  Heuristic in the knight tourLisztfr on Sep 16
   Using Warnsdorff's algorithmDavid on Sep 16
    Ok i will have to jump into that matter, soon i remember some qbasic stuff.Lisztfr on Sep 16
 Wolfram has an article on this with example resultsZom-B on Sep 19
A challenge on Sep 12
 * WE DO have a CHALLENGE FORUM ya know.... on Sep 12
  * Dammit, N54 lost my name again! on Sep 12
   * I bet Galleon wished he had a spiffy forum host like we do. on Sep 12
  Yes but who is looking at the challenge forum ... ? on Sep 13
 There are 3^8 combinationsDavid on Sep 13
  This is correctLisztfr on Sep 13
  *Congratulations, David -- any chance of seeing your code? on Sep 13
   The orginal challenge had / and * as well.David on Sep 13
    *Very nice! Thanks. on Sep 13
  * Nice program, David. I think I actually remembered it from long ago. on Sep 13
   Very nice, foremost because there isn't a single comment ! on Sep 13
    * IF you had looked in the Challenge forum, you could have seen it! on Sep 13
     Ok, but :Lisztfr on Sep 14
      without nested loopsDavid on Sep 14
       Nested loop limit ? on Sep 14
question about variable output...Sail on Sep 10
 heres my code btw...Sail on Sep 10
 Re: question about variable output...codeguy on Sep 10
  thanks...Sail on Sep 11

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