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CRAKR

Junior Member

Posts: 5
From: Tennessee USA
Registered: 12-30-2002
Option Explicit
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Dim CR@KR As New User
Dim everybody As Long

Private Sub Form_Load()
' I just wanted to introduce myself...

If everybody > 0 Then
msgbox ("everbody, this is CR@KR; CR@KR this is everybody...
Hello World)
End If
End Sub
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Well, I am BluePaladin's partner in crime (or lacky depending on which one of us you ask).
We have been personal friends for several years and it so happens that we both love God and enjoy computers and computer games. So, it makes sense that we would enjoy doing something that combines them both. Thus, we want to develop Christian based computer games. I mean if satan can use the industry for evil, then we can use it for good (hey,look, that's an 'IF...THEN' statement). Afterall, "Greater is He that is in me than he that is in the world". Not to mention, it would be a lot of fun.

Just after reading a few posts, I am greatful and thankful for a resource and think tank like CCN, obviously God inspired.

A little about me:
I am much better at playing games than coding them, but that will change. The goal this year is to finish up getting my wings in VB (6/.NET) and get into a little C++.

From a job perspective, I have more business/project management experience (I understand the technology and logic side and can even put it in laymen's terms for you, I just don't fully know the code/language and everything it can do, but I will.)

From a gaming perspective, I have tons of experience in playing several genres of games (which helps in designing them). I have done some level design and creation for QUAKE3 (not professionally, silly) and I ain't to shabby in PhotoShop. So, I have some graphics background (including several levels on our upcoming release "BREAKAGE")

I am looking forward to learning and hopefully helping out.

Type at ya later.

CR@KR

PS: Can you imagine what a LAN party in Heaven will be like?

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<b>Commit everything you do to the LORD. Trust him, and he will help you. -Psalms 37:5 (NLT)

Commit your work to the LORD, and then your plans will succeed. -Proverbs 16:3 (NLT)</b>

BlazeQ

Member

Posts: 260
From: USA
Registered: 05-11-2002
Welcome aboard!

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I'm out of my mind... and into the mind of Christ -G.S. Megaphone

InsanePoet

Member

Posts: 638
From: Vermont, USA
Registered: 03-12-2003
Option Explicit
________________________________________
Public Sub GROUPGREET()

Dim intGREET as integer
Dim intCCNUSERS(372) as string

For intgreet = 0 to 371
Msgbox "Greetings from " & intCCNUSERS(intgreet)
Next IntGreet
redim intCCNUSERS(373)

End Sub

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"I find myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world!"
-C. S. Lewis

BluePaladin

Member

Posts: 110
From: Tennessee, USA
Registered: 12-27-2002
man, I thought you were serious programmers

void main()
{
for(int i=0;i<iNumMembers;i++)
{
printf("Welcome CR@KR from %c", MemberName);
}
}

Use a REAL LANGUAGE!!! hehe, jk. If you like VB, check out http://www.truevision3D.com. Great VB gaming engine, and they support .NET. There was some weird stuff going on there for awhile, so I left, but it seems the waters have calmed since then.

Someone did this with the engine. It looks nice:

Click here!

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Much greatness is achieved thru faith and perseverance.

Mack

Administrator

Posts: 2779
From:
Registered: 01-20-2001
Welcome to the CCN CRAKR! Stick around and code up a storm! I look forward to seeing what you and Blue are going to work up together.

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It's not seeing is believing, it's believing and then seeing.
http://www.twoguyssoftware.ca

InsanePoet

Member

Posts: 638
From: Vermont, USA
Registered: 03-12-2003
Ha, Blue, i never said I was a coder.
I just happen to know some VB

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"I find myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world!"
-C. S. Lewis

Flare

Member

Posts: 22
From: Boca Raton, FL, USA
Registered: 12-23-2002
uh, ill go against the flow here and just say a normal "hey"
Whoosh

Member

Posts: 19
From: FL
Registered: 12-31-2002
I'm with FLARE on this to. saying 'Hey' shouldn't require a dozen lines of code.

so...... Welcome!

CobraA1

Member

Posts: 926
From: MN
Registered: 02-19-2001

/** Welcomes Crakr
*
* @author CobraA1
* @version 1.0.0
*/

import java.io.*;

public class WelcomeCrakr
{ public static void main( String [] args )
{ System.out.println( "Hello Crakr!" );
}
}

[This message has been edited by CobraA1 (edited January 09, 2003).]

Whoosh

Member

Posts: 19
From: FL
Registered: 12-31-2002
Lets see.... Thats VB, C, and Java. Now we just need someone who knows COBOL and FORTRAN....
SLAM

Member

Posts: 36
From: Miami, FL
Registered: 12-29-2002
Here's a little retro for ya...

5 CLS
10 INPUT CR@KR$
20 If CR@KR$ > "" Then
30 PRINT "Oi! I see you're more than nothing. Welcome aboard."
40 EndIf
50 End

Hmm...haven't done QBasic in a while...probably messed it up...

Oh well, my main language is VB :-). I like that idea, everyone welcoming others in their own "language." Hehehe...

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Yes, I'm a Christian. Yes, I play Quake 3.

What part of that do some people not understand?

He who dies with the most frags wins,
but he who dies with Jesus in his heart conquers.

BluePaladin

Member

Posts: 110
From: Tennessee, USA
Registered: 12-27-2002
you know, don't complain about my coded welcome ! ! ! The new guy started it .

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Much greatness is achieved thru faith and perseverance.

Whoosh

Member

Posts: 19
From: FL
Registered: 12-31-2002
lol. oh I'm not complaining. I actually would like to see some assembly language.
nfektious
Member

Posts: 408
From:
Registered: 10-25-2002
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rowanseymour

Member

Posts: 284
From: Belfast, Northern Ireland
Registered: 02-10-2001
.model small
.stack
.code
mov ax, @data
mov ds, ax
mov es, ax
mov ah, 9
mov dx, OFFSET szHello
int 21h
mov ax, 4C00h
int 21h
.data
szHello db "!!! Welcome Crakr to CCN !!!$"
end

...i think that's right

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Rowan GODCENTRIC Christian Demoscene

[This message has been edited by rowanseymour (edited January 11, 2003).]

SLAM

Member

Posts: 36
From: Miami, FL
Registered: 12-29-2002
/me needs to learn assembly.

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Yes, I'm a Christian. Yes, I play Quake 3.

What part of that do some people not understand?

He who dies with the most frags wins,
but he who dies with Jesus in his heart conquers.

Whoosh

Member

Posts: 19
From: FL
Registered: 12-31-2002
I knew we had to have someone here who knew assembly.
rowanseymour

Member

Posts: 284
From: Belfast, Northern Ireland
Registered: 02-10-2001
Thats old 16-bit x86 assembly which nobody is using these days (except for old skool demos). Learn C/C++, then how to write fast optimized C, then how to use small amounts of inline assembly to make your programs go even faster. I recently wrote some pixel blurring code in C++ which has MMX assembly versions of the inner loops for a 2X speed increase.

It is kinda fun tho and very L337

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Rowan GODCENTRIC Christian Demoscene

SLAM

Member

Posts: 36
From: Miami, FL
Registered: 12-29-2002
/me is about to be 1337ed to death.

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Yes, I'm a Christian. Yes, I play Quake 3.

What part of that do some people not understand?

He who dies with the most frags wins,
but he who dies with Jesus in his heart conquers.

CRAKR

Junior Member

Posts: 5
From: Tennessee USA
Registered: 12-30-2002
Glad I could start such a fun post.
(I don't even know if my code is right.)
...but afterall, it's about trying, so that one might learn...

Glad to be here and thanks for all the welcomes.

CR@KR

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Commit everything you do to the LORD. Trust him, and he will help you. -Psalms 37:5 (NLT)

Commit your work to the LORD, and then your plans will succeed. -Proverbs 16:3 (NLT)