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#Actualslicer4ever

Posted 13 April 2013 - 10:47 AM


int l,dijk=di+nx*(dj+oy*dk),dijkl,dijkr,ima=step_div(dk-ez,nz);
int qj=dj+step_int(-ima*byz*ysp),qjdiv=step_div(qj-ey,ny);
int qi=di+step_int((-ima*bxz-qjdiv*bxy)*xsp),qidiv=step_div(qi,nx);
int fi=qi-qidiv*nx,fj=qj-qjdiv*ny,fijk=fi+nx*(fj+oy*(dk-ima*nz)),fijk2;
double disy=ima*byz+qjdiv*by,switchy=(dj-ey)*boxy-ima*byz-qjdiv*by;
double disx=ima*bxz+qjdiv*bxy+qidiv*bx,switchx=di*boxx-ima*bxz-qjdiv*bxy-qidiv*bx;
double switchx2,disxl,disxr,disx2,disxr2;

/*
so you have created qj, qi, and more badly named
crap at the top of your function... again.
*/


O man, that's just....I don't even know. is their actually comma separated code in that? and a random variable doing...nothing on the 4th line?
that student needs to get a talking to.

I think with things like visual assist x, and code-completion tabbing. i've pretty much stopped doing this practice(although i never did it very much anyway). I like to use full names for things most of the time, just because of the fact that it looks nicer at the end of the day.

edit: that's actually making me a bit sick looking at it, i'm ganna go lie down for a bit now.

#2slicer4ever

Posted 13 April 2013 - 10:42 AM


int l,dijk=di+nx*(dj+oy*dk),dijkl,dijkr,ima=step_div(dk-ez,nz);
int qj=dj+step_int(-ima*byz*ysp),qjdiv=step_div(qj-ey,ny);
int qi=di+step_int((-ima*bxz-qjdiv*bxy)*xsp),qidiv=step_div(qi,nx);
int fi=qi-qidiv*nx,fj=qj-qjdiv*ny,fijk=fi+nx*(fj+oy*(dk-ima*nz)),fijk2;
double disy=ima*byz+qjdiv*by,switchy=(dj-ey)*boxy-ima*byz-qjdiv*by;
double disx=ima*bxz+qjdiv*bxy+qidiv*bx,switchx=di*boxx-ima*bxz-qjdiv*bxy-qidiv*bx;
double switchx2,disxl,disxr,disx2,disxr2;

/*
so you have created qj, qi, and more badly named
crap at the top of your function... again.
*/


O man, that's just....I don't even know. is their actually comma separated code in that? and a random variable doing...nothing on the 4th line?
that student needs to get a talking to.

I think with things like visual assist x, and code-completion tabbing. i've pretty much stopped doing this practice(although i never did it very much anyway). I like to use full names for things most of the time, just because of the fact that it looks nicer at the end of the day.

edit: that's actually making me a bit sick looking at it, i'm ganna go lie down for a bit now.

#1slicer4ever

Posted 13 April 2013 - 10:41 AM


int l,dijk=di+nx*(dj+oy*dk),dijkl,dijkr,ima=step_div(dk-ez,nz);
int qj=dj+step_int(-ima*byz*ysp),qjdiv=step_div(qj-ey,ny);
int qi=di+step_int((-ima*bxz-qjdiv*bxy)*xsp),qidiv=step_div(qi,nx);
int fi=qi-qidiv*nx,fj=qj-qjdiv*ny,fijk=fi+nx*(fj+oy*(dk-ima*nz)),fijk2;
double disy=ima*byz+qjdiv*by,switchy=(dj-ey)*boxy-ima*byz-qjdiv*by;
double disx=ima*bxz+qjdiv*bxy+qidiv*bx,switchx=di*boxx-ima*bxz-qjdiv*bxy-qidiv*bx;
double switchx2,disxl,disxr,disx2,disxr2;

/*
so you have created qj, qi, and more badly named
crap at the top of your function... again.
*/


O man, that's just....I don't even know. is their actually comma separated code in that? and a random variable doing...nothing on the 4th line?
that student needs to get a talking to.

I think with things like visual assist x, and code-completion tabbing. i've pretty much stopped doing this practice(although i never did it very much anyway). I like to use full names for things most of the time, just because of the fact that it looks nicer at the end of the day.

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