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  1. Breakpoint Problem, Please!

    Well, I don't know if it's solved but kop0113's code snippet does help! Thanks, Joshei
  2. Breakpoint Problem, Please!

    I don't remember what I was thinking by removing the extra dlls, thanks though. The error was a stack overflow message with the inablility to use breakpoints. Josheir
  3. IRC Recommendations

    I am thinking about getting involved in IRC and don't know much about it. Someone mentioned FreeNode IRC and I thought is sounded cool. In your opinion what is the best way to get involved in it? Or, if there's something even better than that too. I still love gamedev.net! Thank you, Josheir Any recommendations would be great!
  4. Breakpoint Problem, Please!

    Debug is set. Says this : Cannot open file: ../../../src/gcc-6.3.0/libgcc/config/i386/cygwin.S
  5. Breakpoint Problem, Please!

    I am coding with C. I just started using : Code::Blocks 17.12 because there were to many errors in Visual Studio. The problem is that I can't get it to stop at the breakpoints for just one of my projects. There are six includes and then the typical : int main(int argc, char **argv){ I am using GNU GDB for debugging. The project has a dll called cygwin1.dll. The command prompt mentions that this is most likely the problem. I deleted all the extra .dlls and this didn't help. Has anyone run into this problem before ; or have any suggestions? Really, I'd like to step in to the headers too. Thank you, Josheir Edit: The program exits with an exception: Status_Stack_Overflow dump. It's mostly Hexadecimal.
  6. Web Development Decisions.

    All very interesting, glad I asked. What do you all mean by a CSS framework, please. Sincerely, Josheir
  7. I am going to write a responsive website. There are better ways to doing things sometimes, however there is always the question of is it worthwhile to learn something new versus using what is already known. From time to time there is some new way of doing something. I want to get a small website developed under my belt and am going to use html5, css3, and media queries, (JavaScript.) However I was wondering what you all think of Bootstrap, what it is exactly and if it is worthwhile for a newbie as a learning investment, like me. Also, does it have a price? And without getting to technical are there any other technologies for responsive web development that would make sense learning instead that pay of well without a lot of time learning? Sincerely, Josheir
  8. I am going to write a quick website and I took a course at Udemy about building a responsive website using html5, css3, and media queries, (JavaScript): Build Responsive Real World Websites with HTML5 and CSS3 https://www.udemy.com/design-and-develop-a-killer-website-with-html5-and-css3/learn/v4/content I am asking if there are any problems with using CSS media queries to create a responsive website that functions well with mobile devices. I wanted to make sure of this before starting to develop. Thank you, Josheir Edit: I am especially concerned with media queries ability to detect all the different devices properly. Trying to be clearer, the course uses CSS grids.
  9. Hello, I am rewriting my pixel art game program and have decided to support the following resolutions: 1920 x 1080 1280 x 720 1024 x 768 I think they all look fine on the different sized monitors. Does anyone have an opinion of any other needed resolution to support? When I started this research I seem to recall a general response of it might be just important to have the aspect ratios. What does this mean exactly? Why? Thank you, Josheir
  10. Python Interest in Python

    Do you have any suggestions for extensions for VSCode ? Lint, or anything else great for a beginner? Thank you, Josheir
  11. What are the advantages to making a game run windowed mode instead of fullscreen? Sincerely, Josheir
  12. I was looking for a library to make a server/clients program. I was thinking there would be easy tutorials for Javascript or Java. What I ran across that is interesting is a Python tutorial for teens that looks pretty easy. https://www.raywenderlich.com/38732/multiplayer-game-programming-for-teens-with-python I don't know too much about Python though and I am wondering if the language is worthwhile. Is it supported? Also, I am interested in the possible use of a relational database, of which I found : PostgreSQL. If you know Python could you please give me a recommendation. Its future, use, popularity, IDE, Database suggested? From what I see it looks like an understandable language. One of the highly recommended IDEs called Pycharm has no database support, so I stopped here and thought I'd bring it up in this forum. I'm interested in any free versions too, EDIT: Pygame is a download needed : https://www.raywenderlich.com/24252/beginning-game-programming-for-teens-with-python Thank you; maybe you have alternate suggestions? Josheir
  13. Thank you for the tip, is useful!
  14. No, I am talking about desktop/laptop monitors in the range of 29 to 34 inches for example.
  15. How is everybody doing their 2D scaling on displays that need to be drawn smaller. Is there some sort of display emulator to help with the looking at all the different appearances? Sincerely; thank you, Josheir
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