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This is the first "blog" of any kind I've ever had, so it's probably not the greatest...

Just a little snippet about me:

I'd like to consider myself relatively tech-savvy; obviously I use Linux (Arch to be precise; K.I.S.S. FTW), and I enjoy learning new things about computers in general (both software and hardware-related).

This blog is mostly just for whenever I feel like telling the world about my experiences with computers/Linux (or just life in general), or just posting for the hell of it.
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A little "fractal" I discovered…

Posted 07-20-2011 at 02:45 PM by MrCode
Updated 07-25-2011 at 03:56 AM by MrCode (tinypic dumped one of my images; replaced :D)

…while I was still learning the Windows API.

I was experimenting with (very slow) procedural image generation with SetPixel(), when I did something like this for each pixel in the image:

Code:
SetPixel(x,y,RGB((x ^ y) * (cr.right - cr.left) * 0.025,
                 (x ^ y) * (cr.right - cr.left) * 0.025,
                 (x & y) * (cr.right - cr.left) * 0.025));
…or something like that (I don't remember all the arguments...
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My first (real) experimentation with SDL

Posted 04-20-2011 at 10:55 AM by MrCode
Updated 04-20-2011 at 02:00 PM by MrCode (stdlib.h include was unnecessary)

It's been a while since I've done any serious programming (if little demo/learning programs can be considered serious ), but I finally got around to doing some little SDL apps.

The code here is basically for learning purposes; it's not like I'm keeping hold of it with an iron grip…IOW, go ahead and use parts of it (or the whole of it) to learn from/use in your own programs/whatever. It's not like there's much here anyway.

The one whose source I'll...
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