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Max The Magnificent
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Re: Arrays
Max The Magnificent   5/19/2014 9:30:39 AM
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@perl_geek: Does the programming language support arrays, (repeated identical elements), of some kind?

It certainly does -- pretty much anythibn supported by C/C++ -- my pseudo-code examples were just to illustrate my point -- you could use arrays instead of declaring/instantiating individual elements.

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Re: Maker Faire
Max The Magnificent   5/19/2014 9:28:17 AM
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@alex_m1: ...a little typo: the teensy 3.1 has 256k flash and 64k ram.

Fixed -- thansks for catching this

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Arrays
perl_geek   5/18/2014 10:53:36 AM
Does the programming language support arrays, (repeated identical elements), of some kind? 

In any language that does, code that references separate variables like:

x1 = something;

x2 = anotherthing: ....

xn = whatever;

&c. is probably a candidate for re-writing to use elements of an array. Arrays can be treated as units, looped over, and otherwise make programming much clearer.

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Re: Maker Faire
alex_m1   5/17/2014 4:01:47 PM
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Max, a little typo: the teensy 3.1 has 256k flash and 64k ram.

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Maker Faire
Max The Magnificent   5/16/2014 9:18:50 PM
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If you happen to be going to the Maker Faire in San Mateo this weekend (May 17 & 18) then make sure to search Paul out and say "Max says Hi"

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