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C++ Prj. 1, H-W Pgrming. Advnced OpenGL

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Well that's me just about finished the C++ Project 1. Was atually pretty good and the project was good for my C++. Didn't really have too many problems with it, and use of breakpoints solved any that I did have. The purchase equipment was the longest function to code, just because of the number of items etc. Good project though- looking forward to project 2.

Well guys, have started this Heriot-Watt Programming Challenge. This shouldn't prove too difficult I think. The challenge was set by the Heriot-Watt University, and the aim is to guide robots to save people trapped in buildings. This isn't as complex as it sounds. The project has to be done by the 4th of December so have got plenty of time. I will use Visual Basic for this project, and NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) to code the installation. Now the challenge is to split the form into a grid.....

Still havn't got around to buying that Advanced OpenGL book yet. Must do that. Have got another 3 programming projects to complete first though...

Things are insane here. The level of work I have to get through each night is becoming quite a challenge. I've only been on GameDev once this week so far! Still, long weekend coming up this weekend. Finally- can get on with the programming now! [smile] See you in the forums!

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Have started this Heriot-Watt Programming Challenge. This shouldn't prove too difficult I think. The challenge was set by the Heriot-Watt University, and the aim is to guide robots to save people trapped in buildings. This isn't as complex as it sounds.

I was wondering what you meant by "isn't as complex as it sounds" so I had a look at this competition. Looks pretty interesting.

But a hurricane in Edinburgh on the 31st of December? Surely a blizzard would be more appropriate [grin]

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