Rolo

Rolo

Joined
Nov 26, 2009
Occupation
Freelance programmer
Interests
Software, Open Source, Programming, Scripting, IRC

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Rolo created a Page  -  Dec 14, 2009
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This is ideally for a help channel on UnrealIRCd/(Anope|Atheme) networks. Load it into a bot, load the commented snippet into your client.

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Rolo commented on a Page, Scripting Identifiers  -  Dec 06, 2009

33 comments guys? Insane.

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Rolo commented on a Page, Color Spammer  -  Dec 05, 2009

@Ghost-writer
Seems pretty fail to me. Mine is faster, and it actually works.

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Rolo created a Page  -  Dec 05, 2009
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An alias I made in the space of 40-ish seconds from the brief need to spam a channel. It will repeat a phrase (whatever $1- is) in sequence of mIRC colors from dark blue to light gray (2-15).

Rolo commented on a Page, Temperature Converter  -  Nov 29, 2009

@^Neptune
It's a function prototype, telling the compiler Temperatures() is defined after its first usage (which is in main)

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Rolo commented on a Page, Temperature Converter  -  Nov 28, 2009

Nah, you're right (outside the limitations of the exercise)
I would either use #define's or your example. Macros are win.

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Rolo commented on a Page, Temperature Converter  -  Nov 28, 2009

Probably should've commented with this when I posted the snippet, here's the guidelines for the programming exercise:

8)
Write a program that requests the user to enter a Fahrenheit temperature. The program should read the temperature as a type double number and pass it as an argument to a user-supplied function called Temperatures(). This function should calculate the Celsius equivalent and the Kelvin equivalent and display all three temperatures with a precision of two places to the right of the decimal. It should identify each value with the temperature scale it represents. Here is the formula for converting Fahrenheit to Celsius:

Celsius = 1.8 * Fahrenheit + 32.0

The Kelvin scale, commonly used in science, is a scale in which 0 represents absolute zero, the lower limit to possible temperatures. Here is the formula for converting Celsius to Kelvin:

Kelvin = Celsius + 273.16

The Temperatures() function should use const to create symbolic representations of the three constants that appear in the conversions. The main() function should use a loop to allow the user to enter temperatures repeatedly, stopping when a q or other nonnumeric value is entered.

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Rolo commented on a Page, Scripting Identifiers  -  Nov 27, 2009

@Master-Of-Death
I don't see how either of your examples would make $rnick better.

@gooshie
Thanks for pointing that out, I'll change it.

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Rolo commented on a Page, Scripting Identifiers  -  Nov 27, 2009

Just tested, my $rnick doesn't clash with the undocumented $rnick function, as mine doesn't take parameters. Why'd you bring the undocumented $rnick up if they don't clash?

(By undocumented I mean not in the help file)

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Rolo commented on a Page, Scripting Identifiers  -  Nov 27, 2009

/help $rnick
Doesn't exist in the help file, and if it doesn't exist in the help file, why would I take it into account in practical scripting?

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Rolo commented on a Page, Scripting Identifiers  -  Nov 27, 2009

I see, you think $rnick is for regular users. It's short for "Random Nickname".

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Rolo commented on a Page, Temperature Converter  -  Nov 26, 2009

When you're right, you're right :(

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Rolo   -  Nov 26, 2009

I'm on ur hawkee, reading ur commentz.

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Rolo commented on a Page, Unset and Replace Something (Variables)  -  Nov 26, 2009

.... wait wut

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Rolo created a Page  -  Nov 26, 2009

This is my solution to Chapter 5 exercise 8 of "C Primer Plus: 5th Edition" Aside from that, it's a handy program to have around, as temperature conversions always annoy me for some reason.

Rolo created a Page  -  Nov 26, 2009
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This is an easy way to get information on a command on the EFNet network. It uses EFnet's server-side command /help and parses the feedback using raws. This is ideally for a bot, but can also be loaded by a non-bot client.

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Rolo created a Page  -  Nov 26, 2009
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Some identifiers to make scripting a bit easier.

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