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View mode13.cpp
// This will build and run on Borland Turbo C++ with the
// "small" memory model. The declaration of `screen` may
// need to be changed if you use a larger memory model.
// It also may need some changes to build under DJGPP;
// TC++ is... let's say "unique."
#include <conio.h>
#include <dos.h>
#include <mem.h>
View 4th.asm
.org 0x400 ; start here
jmp start
; Print a string of a certain length
nprint: ; ( addr len -- )
store24 nprint_len
push 0
store24 nprint_off
View status.txt
Ross' status for Winterfest '21:
Thursday evening 2/18:
- Power: been on since last night, supposed to start rolling again at some point but hasn't.
- Internet: tethering to my phone. AT&T's tower is down, I think, I'm getting terrible signal from them through the dish. Google will start throttling me at 22 gigs and I've already used 5 gigs.
- Propane: This morning I got the tank refilled, this is now fine.
- Water: pipes are still burst, plumber knows about it but I can't get him on the phone, this probably will not be fixed until next week at the earliest.
- Food: I have some food. Without water I can't do any dishes. Restaurants are still almost all closed.
View fsend
#!/home/randrews/.rbenv/shims/ruby
# WARNING! Remove head completely from rectum before operating!
# This program requires ruby, rubygems, and the serialport gem. Ensure
# that the above shebang line is correct, and that the following two
# requires will work:
require 'rubygems'
require 'serialport'
View .tmux.conf
# This tmux.conf only works with tmux 2.3
# Also you'll really want to install xclip
# Change prefix key to C-a, like screen
set -g prefix C-a
bind C-a send-prefix
unbind C-b
# C-a r to easily reload conf
bind r source-file ~/.tmux.conf \; display "Loaded ~/.tmux.conf"
View forge_v1.lua
lpeg = require('lpeg')
-- # Forge Compiler
-- Being a compiler for Forge, a high-level language for the Vulcan computer.
-- ## Parser
-- This iterates over the tokens and line numbers in a file.
-- Pass in an iterator over lines of source (like from io.lines) and
-- successive calls will yield successive tokens.
View save-scraper.lua
ARGV = { ... }
json = require('json')
version = 0
user_agent = string.format("'lua:save-scraper:v%s (by /u/randrews)'", version)
username = ARGV[1]
password = ARGV[2]
twofactor_code = ARGV[3]
View lcd.bas
Dim control_port As Short
control_port = 0x80 'Reset high, everything else low
Put 2, control_port
Dim io_mode As Short
io_mode = 0b10000010 'Ports A and C (both halves) output, B input
Dim lcd_input As Boolean
lcd_input = True 'Ignore this
Call setlcdinput(False)
View calc.js
const next = (n) => [
(n * 10) + 1,
n + 12,
n * 13,
Math.floor(n / 10),
parseInt(n.toString().split('').reverse().join(''), 10)
];
const open = [0];
const goal = 196;
View main.c
void init_lcd();
void set_xy(char row, char col, char chip);
void draw_sprite(const char const *sprite, char chip);
void asm_helpers();
const char CS2 = 0x10;
const char CS1 = 0x08;
const char arrow[8] = {
0b00010000,
0b00100000,