I did get a few minutes to have a crack at my C++ Newton Rapshon code. It took me long enough, but I finally realized that C++ doesn't evaluate while loops the same way Python and MatLab/Octave do. So that obviously means the program isn't as simple a port as I kind of expected it … Continue reading If you can’t beat ’em, brute force ’em
Just a little break from the normal posts.
Before I get started talking about the latest program I am trying to write C++, I wanted to talk about what I was able to do with BASH much more easily than I expected. Also let me say that BASH was one of the biggest reasons (along with those listed in the "About" section) I … Continue reading Possibly too many details
Gave Python a try. May have to start writing my programs in both languages. Ya know, for science.
Been a bit busy lately but I wanted to get an update out.
One step at a time
It started with a foray into the Standard Library.
Either way, I'll use this first post to show my .vimrc file so far and hit on my favorite parts. For those that haven't used Vi or Vim (one of several historical packed in Linux text editors), the .vimrc file can basically be used as a settings/options panel.