Recent Posts

Pages: [1]
1
Software / Conversions
« Last post by victor on August 17, 2014, 06:30:45 pm »
1 KILOBYTE = 1024 BYTES
1 MEGABYTE = 1024 KILOBYTES
1 GIGABYTE = 1024 MEGABYTES
1 TERABYTE = 1024 GIGABYTES

1 KILOBIT = 1024 BITS
1 MEGABIT = 1024 KILOBITS
1 GIGABIT = 1024 MEGABITS
1 TERABIT = 1024 GIGABITS

1 BYTE = 8 BITS
1 KILOBYTE = 8 KILOBITS
1 MEGABYTE = 8 MEGABITS
1 GIGABYTE = 8 GIGABITS
1 TERABYTE = 8 TERABITS

1 BIT = 0.125 BYTES
1 KILOBIT = 0.125 KILOBYTES
1 MEGABIT = 0.125 MEGABYTES
1 GIGABIT = 0.125 GIGABYTES
1 TERABIT = 0.125 TERABYTES
2
Hardware / Best CPUs
« Last post by victor on July 21, 2014, 10:50:12 pm »
x16 - Intel 8086

x32 - Intel 80386
3
Gaming / Play as Super Sonic in SRB2 using Debug Mode
« Last post by victor on July 11, 2014, 02:40:58 pm »
1. Load an existing or create a new singleplayer game and once in it, open the console with ~ and type:
objectplace on

2. Hit ENTER and close the console with ~

3. Choose an object forward with ] and backward with [

4. The chaos emeralds are after the blue flag, the necessity as of having to place all 7 of them can be prosecuted by pressing your left mouse button, moving them around is done with the arrow keys and defining their vertical position, by using Z for increasing the height and X for decreasing it

5. To transform into his Super form, Sonic also needs 50 rings apart from the 7 chaos emeralds, you can pick up those already generated in the level or place your own in their pure or monitor obtained form from the Debug Mode

6. When done, open the console with ~ and type:
objectplace off

7. Hit ENTER and close the console with ~

8. Collect the 7 chaos emeralds (you only need to get them once, not in every level) and obtain 50 rings

9. To transform into Super Sonic you must perform the homing attack (press the jump button twice fast)
5
Software / Compute square root in C++
« Last post by victor on July 02, 2014, 04:57:53 am »
#include <stdio.h>
#include <math.h>

int main()
{
    double param, result;
    param = 386;
    result = sqrt (param);
    printf ("sqrt(%f) = %f\n", param, result);
    return 0;
}
Pages: [1]