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Digital Knife Monkeys at Keyboards...Will Eventually Program Everything.

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I am a Coastal studies major at the Uconn Avery Point Campus. I aim to eventually get my doctorate in Physical Oceanography. I have numerous projects going on at any one time both physcical and digital. primary programming language QB64 (latest version available here ) I am also learning FORTRAN and will learn a C dialect at some point. I originally started the whole Digital Knife Monkey thing as a joke but it has developed almost as if it has a will of it''s own.  however I am proud of what it has become.


another favorite site of mine: Evilmadscientist.com

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6 Comments

Reply iamdenteddisk
1:15 PM on September 4, 2011 
here is a link to the program I am working on.

http://www.qb64.net/forum/index.php?topic=4081.msg45041#msg45041

It is to be merged with my naomi_project AI once I get this part finished. I have no problem with putting your name in the credits or a mention in the readme for any help given.
Reply codeguy
9:51 PM on February 17, 2011 
link for my program currently broken. could i email it to ya so you can put it in your dropbox and change the link to reflect that? also, a couple of my most recent posts go cut, but i will repost them. must have happened when you were formatting my stuff/ i'll need your email.
Reply Garrison Ricketson
7:59 PM on November 14, 2010 
I am wondering about the tutorial, and a sample program:A Simple Sample Program '* This is a sample program
that works. I have left LOTS of room for optimizations ;First, a little background on the program we want to write. It is a very simple graphics program that copies the graphic contents of your desktop, loads the pixels into an array big enough to contain the .........
I am wondering, how hard it is to add code that saves, the image, after it is loaded...?
From Garry

picture,

i regularly use which are
Reply JP
9:02 PM on October 21, 2010 
Well, the water simulator was really cool. And it's cool to watch programs evolve as people make changes.
Reply JP
5:39 PM on October 21, 2010 
Yeah but I don't post very much. I think the last thing I posted was in your math challenge thread.
Reply JP
4:16 PM on October 20, 2010 
I've been following the DKM thread on the QB64 forum. The stuff you've done so far has been cool and I figure there's a lot I could learn :)