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Programs / Re: Count the dots
« Last post by bplus on January 26, 2021, 05:20:01 PM »
Wait... I've not seen those dots before! ;-))

So now you've got them stuck in memory!
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Programs / Re: Crop Circles
« Last post by Pete on January 26, 2021, 05:18:02 PM »
Flying blenders? Well, like the priest said, who visited Steve's farm... Holy Crop!

Pete
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QB64 Discussion / Re: graphs with QB64 and how to scroll the screen.
« Last post by Pete on January 26, 2021, 05:16:19 PM »
Yep, that's the one I thought you meant. I guess it, and the ones from the other thread, just aren't sexy enough bugs to attract any developers.

Pete
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Programs / Re: Crop Circles
« Last post by bplus on January 26, 2021, 05:13:49 PM »
Thanks @vince, I had to remind myself that fractal veggie.

@Pete well cheese doesn't fly but flying cups, bowls, pans, egg timers or blenders, hmm... ;-)

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Programs / Count the dots
« Last post by SMcNeill on January 26, 2021, 05:10:29 PM »
Here's a little program folks can have fun with.  Can you count the number of solid circles, and the number of non-solid circles?  Or can you even tell the difference?

Code: QB64: [Select]
  1. SCREEN _NEWIMAGE(400, 400, 32)
  2.  
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  4. READ temp1$
  5.  
  6. DIM m AS _MEM, m1 AS _MEM
  7. m = _MEMIMAGE(0) 'a memblock pointing to our screen
  8. m1 = _MEMNEW(LEN(temp1$) / 2) 'a memblock to hold the data
  9. HexToMem temp1$, m1 'unhex it back to a memblock
  10. temp$ = SPACE$(m1.SIZE)
  11. _MEMGET m1, m1.OFFSET, temp$ 'get the unhexed data into a string to hold the unhexed, but still compressed data
  12. _MEMPUT m, m.OFFSET, _INFLATE$(temp$) 'put that uncompressed image onto the screen.
  13.  
  14. SUB HexToMem (hx$, m AS _MEM)
  15.     DIM i AS _INTEGER64
  16.     FOR i = 1 TO LEN(hx$) STEP 2
  17.         h = VAL("&H" + MID$(hx$, i, 2))
  18.         _MEMPUT m, m.OFFSET + i \ 2, h
  19.     NEXT

I'm afraid I get drunk before finishing, and I just can't do it!

(If anyone has issues with the single line of long DATA, let me know and I'll break that down to a few extra lines, but it's honestly not that much -- all of less than 10k characters on that single line.)
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QB64 Discussion / Re: graphs with QB64 and how to scroll the screen.
« Last post by bplus on January 26, 2021, 05:08:03 PM »
Thanks @Pete

Yeah this is what I was wondering about:
Code: QB64: [Select]
  1. PRINT "This will not fill the screen, as intended..."
  2. FOR r = 1 TO 25
  3.     FOR c = 1 TO 80
  4.         PRINT RIGHT$(STR$(r), 1);
  5.         _LIMIT 200
  6.     NEXT
  7. CLS 0  ' try with 0
  8. PRINT "But this will..." ' Why does this PRINT statement appear on row #2 in QB64, after a CLS statement?
  9. FOR r = 1 TO 25
  10.     FOR c = 1 TO 80
  11.         LOCATE r, c: PRINT RIGHT$(STR$(r), 1);
  12.         _LIMIT 200
  13.     NEXT
  14.  
  15.  
  16.  
  17.  
  18.  

Even with CLS 0 it mysteriously starts printing on 2nd line?
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QB64 Discussion / Re: Difference in CPU Usage in Hardware vs Software images
« Last post by Pete on January 26, 2021, 04:55:12 PM »
We interrupt this message to bring you these hot deals from ebay...

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QB64 Discussion / Difference in CPU Usage in Hardware vs Software images
« Last post by SMcNeill on January 26, 2021, 04:38:49 PM »
I'm back home, and had a little time today to play around with the PC for a bit, so I thought I'd take a quick moment to write up a simple little demo of how and why folks might want to make use of hardware images.  We really don't see them made use of in programs much, and it's honestly a shame, as you can see from below:

Code: QB64: [Select]
  1. x = 18
  2.     LINE (x, 0)-STEP(14, _HEIGHT), &H2CFFFFFF, BF
  3.     LINE (x + 1, 0)-STEP(12, _HEIGHT), &H83FFFFFF, BF
  4.     LINE (x + 3, 0)-STEP(8, _HEIGHT), &H03FFFFFF, BF
  5.     x = x + 32
  6. y = 18
  7.     LINE (0, y)-STEP(_WIDTH, 14), &H2CFFFFFF, BF
  8.     LINE (0, y + 1)-STEP(_WIDTH, 12), &H83FFFFFF, BF
  9.     LINE (0, y + 3)-STEP(_WIDTH, 8), &H03FFFFFF, BF
  10.     y = y + 32
  11. CI = _COPYIMAGE(0)
  12. 'CI = _COPYIMAGE(0, 33)
  13. x = 0: y = 0
  14. l = 300
  15.     CLS
  16.     _PUTIMAGE (x, y), CI
  17.     IF x < 0 THEN _PUTIMAGE (_WIDTH + x, y), CI, 0, (0, 0)-(-x, _HEIGHT)
  18.     IF y < 0 THEN _PUTIMAGE (x, _HEIGHT + y), CI, 0, (0, 0)-(_WIDTH, -y)
  19.     IF x < 0 AND y < 0 THEN _PUTIMAGE (_WIDTH + x, _HEIGHT + y), CI, 0, (0, 0)-(-x, -y)
  20.     IF x < -_WIDTH THEN x = 0
  21.     IF y < -_HEIGHT THEN y = 0
  22.     change = INT(RND * 2)
  23.     IF change THEN x = x - 1 ELSE y = y - 1
  24.     IF ABS(TIMER - INT(TIMER)) < .1 THEN l = INT(RND * 300) + 30
  25.     _LIMIT l
  26.     _DISPLAY

Now this is nothing more than a simple little screen pattern which we scroll diagonally up and left across the screen.  To start with, we run it in normal, software graphical mode, so you guys can pop open task manager and look at the CPU usage of our program.

Let it run for a bit and watch the CPU usage -- I've got a variable limit in here (you can tell by how fast the screen scrolls), so you can get a range of how much processing power your machine does on it with limits somewhere between 30 and 330.

On my PC, task manager tells me it's using from 8 to 14% CPU power -- which is enough to crank my fans up on my PC and make them sound like an airplane engine starting up!



And then, we go into the IDE and unremark out the line with the COPYIMAGE in it, and we remark the line below it:

'CI = _COPYIMAGE(0)
CI = _COPYIMAGE(0, 33)

This says we're now going to be using a hardware image for our main program.  Once again, at this point, compile, run and watch the results for about a minute or so.  There's no RANDOMIZER TIMER in this, so we're going to be getting the *exact* same LIMITs as what we had last time...

... And yet, all we're seeing here is from 0.8 to 2.1% CPU usage!!

Exact same program, with only one small change -- hardware over software images -- and yet it now has almost no effect on CPU usage.  My fans never crank on.  My airplane stays parked in my chassis, and life is GOOD!!



And here's to hoping that we'll be seeing more folks asking questions and playing around with hardware images in the future.  *Cheers!*
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QB64 Discussion / Re: graphs with QB64 and how to scroll the screen.
« Last post by Pete on January 26, 2021, 04:31:03 PM »
I think you are referring to what I still consider as RUN and CLEAR unfinished statements in QB64. PRINT even has an interesting issue Steve discovered, after i brought up the glitch in a demo...

PRINT bug: https://www.qb64.org/forum/index.php?topic=3058.msg123319#msg123319

RUN and CLEAR should clear all variables, but they don't: https://www.qb64.org/forum/index.php?topic=794.msg100037#msg100037

I can't recall where the thread was with the RUN "bug" I found. It was some screen locate problem, whch can be resolved with CLS, but I cannot recall the program name associated with that issue. :(

Pete
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QB64 Discussion / Re: New DIM/REDIM/STATIC/SHARED/COMMON/TYPE syntax (v1.5)
« Last post by Pete on January 26, 2021, 04:05:53 PM »
Gotcha! But hey, if it weren't for those darn commas being needed as parameter separators... :D :D :D

Hey joking aside, I'm glad the modifications worked out. There are a lot of conditions that have to be checked and successfully passed to do this stuff, including the IDE work, a Steve concern, which thankfully you guys have already addressed. I do look forward to using this. In fact, I intend to retrofit it into my previous programs.

Pete
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